Thursday, November 1
11:30am to 1:30pm – EDUCAUSE Lunch Area (Exhibit Hall B-E)
5:00pm to 7:00pm – The Greedy Hamster (323 14th Street)
Join members of Emerging Learning Design (ELD) in Denver on Thursday, November 1st for a meetup. Whether you are attending EDUCAUSE or live in the Denver area, take this opportunity to meet current (and future) ELD members. You do NOT need to be a member of ELD to join us for either of these informal events.
11:30am to 1:30pm – Stop by our table during the lunch break.
We’ll have a sign on the table so you’ll know where we are. Bring your lunch over, or pass by after you’re done eating. ELD members and others interested will be hanging out for the entire lunch break. (open only to EDUCAUSE attendees)
5:00pm to 7:00pm – Join us for a happy hour (or two) at the Greedy Hamster.
Pub food, great conversation, drinks if you want, and a relaxing way to end a busy conference day. (open to anyone and everyone! [even if you’re not attending EDUCAUSE])
ELD Executive Director AJ Kelton, as well as Executive Board members Bryan Alexander, C.L. Eddins, Joshua Gaul, and Amy Pate will be in attendance. Membership in ELD is not required (although it is free!)
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ELD Executive Board Call for Nominations. ELD is seeking those interested in joining its executive board. The board oversees the annual Emerging Learning Design Conference and the Journal of Emerging Learning Design. The board also plays an active role in the development, maintenance, and growth of the ELD Community, which is dedicated to creating a space to showcase innovation and to engage in a vibrant and dynamic discourse regarding pedagogy and how technology can better enhance and transform it. Learn more about the opportunities and benefits of being a part of the ELD Executive Board.