Presented By: AJ Kelton

Keywords: Collaboration, Communities, Evidence of Impact

The Emerging Learning Design conference began modestly and has grown significantly in the last five years.  This session will share the current organizers’ vision of the conference, and invite you to participate more fully in the ELD experience by becoming more involved.  It’s more than just listening to others talk; the ELD experience is one of collaboration, networking and continual development and exploration.  Learn how you can get a lot more out of ELD, by contributing a little of your existing expertise and energy.

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