MN eLearning Summit: July 29-30, 2013

We invite you now to plan to attend the Minnesota eLearning Summit to be held July 29-30, 2013.

The 2013 Summit theme, eSynergy: Bringing it All Together, is designed for K-12, college and university educators, innovators and education technologists across the continuum of education. 

Over the years, the Summit has drawn its audience and participants from Minnesota, other states, near-by and far-away, and internationally. The Summit is a venue that encourages educators, technologists and administrators to interact and better understand eLearning tools, resources, services, applications and solutions. It has broad appeal across disciplines in uses of education technology and opportunities bringing new and exciting ideas that come when enthusiasts share knowledge.

The Summit “brings it all together” as we focus on opportunities to collaborate and contribute ideas for the effective use of education technology in and out of the classroom. Blended, flipped, digital and cloud learning are topics to explore through eSynergy.

Come to the Summit as a presenter!

Prepare and submit your proposal now to lead a Summit session or hands-on workshop.  The Call for Proposals is now open.  Submit your proposal by February 28.  Summit registration discounts are provided to presenters following approval of their proposal by the program committee.

Presenters share insights into technology applications, innovations, and collaborations.  The Summit “brings it all together” in the intimate, collegial and well-appointed buildings and grounds of Northwestern College.

Summit Strengths:

  • Provides attendees and presenters with a wide variety of interactive hands-on workshops and engaging conference sessions led by peers and showcases featuring industry-sponsored technology.
  • A great place to build strong networks with professional colleagues and technology providers.
  • Is affordable, accessible and hospitable: providing meals, parking and a natural setting to enjoy. Summit registration begins February 4.

Please request additional information on the conference and submit a session or workshop proposal.

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