Although we already have presentations on the schedule, our rolling-submission call-for-proposals is still open.  You can find CALL FOR PROPOSAL submission information by clicking the CALL FOR PROPOSALS tab in the top navigation bar above or by going to

ELD13 is employing a ROLLING SUBMISSION ACCEPTANCE process, which is described in detail on the Call for Proposals page. Although we have set a DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF FEBRUARY 21st, 2013, once we have filled the conference schedule we will close the online submission form. Therefore, it is important that you submit your proposal as soon as possible.

The full schedule can be found here, but we are very pleased to announce a few of our accepted submissions and our Keynote
  • Keynote presentation by Christopher Hoadley of New York University
  • 90-minute workshop
    • Virtual Instructor – Student Interaction in an Asynchronous Learning Network with Christopher Donoghue of Montclair State University in the Learning, Pedagogy, & Technology Track (Sponsored by NJEDge.Net)
    • The Scratch Disruption: Video Game Design with Scratch with Sophie Idromenos in the Immersive Learning Track  (Sponsored by NJEDge.Net) 
  • 30-minute Concurrent Sessions 
    • Making student Wikipedians: Encouraging disruptive scholarly communication with John T. Oliver of The College of New Jersey in the Learning, Pedagogy, & Technology Track (Sponsored by
    • Where does 3D printing fit into your pedagogical thinking? with Michael Kolitsky of Atlantic Cape Community College in the Emerging Technology Track (Sponsored by Cecil College)
The submission form is short and you’ll receive feedback from our peer reviewers, so don’t hesitate to get your proposal in as soon as possible.

Like previous years events, we expect that will be something in the ELD13 program for everyone, no matter what level of comfort you have with technology. This year we have another exceptional keynote speaker, Dr. Christopher Hoadley from the Educational Communication & Technology/Digital Media Design for Learning Program at New York University. In addition to our keynote, this year’s schedule will feature a variety of concurrent session, workshops, and the very popular Ignite! sessions will be returning.

Finally, Very Early Bird Registration is now open and details can be found at  There was NO price increase over last year and, starting as low as $75 for the entire day (Breakfast, lunch, beverage breaks, and snacks during our Engage! session are included), this is a great deal.  There is also an opportunity to attend a Networking Cocktail party after the conference. Team and Group pricing is available, as is graduate student pricing   Please see the registration page for details.

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