The Emerging Learning Design (ELD) Elections Committee is seeking nominations for one Executive Board position:

  • Member, Executive Board
    • 20 month term, starting immediately until June 30, 2019

If elected, the nominee will commit to:

  • Participate in regular Executive Board meetings (currently scheduled for two Thursday lunchtimes each month, lasting 1-1.5 hours) and attend a minimum of 1 meeting per month
  • Lead at least one ELD committee and participate actively in a second ELD committee

Nominations are confidential. Self-nominations are permitted. You may nominate someone else even if you are not sure s/he will run.  The Elections Committee will approach all nominees to determine their willingness to run and to obtain the nomination materials (CV, statement of interest).

Please complete the nomination form for yourself or someone else.  Nominations will be accepted until Sept 30, 2017.

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