Attend the conference virtually and bring your colleagues. Buy 2 get 1 free offer for virtual attendance.
Watch the recording of the Mar. 15 free preview webinar. Topic: Blended Conference Virtual Program.
Watch the recording of the Feb. 22 free preview webinar. Topic: Blended conference onsite program.
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April 22-24, 2015 | Dallas, TX | Sheraton Dallas Hotel
July 7-8, 2015 | Denver, CO | Sheraton Denver Downtown
October 14-16, 2015 | Orlando, Florida | Walt Disney World Swan/Dolphin Resort
The 2012 Program Book is Now Available!
We encourage you to start planning which sessions you'd like to attend using our online program options. You will receive a smaller, printed Schedule-at-a-Glance upon check-in at the onsite conference registration desk.
Download a low-res Program Book .pdf (6 MB - suitable for on-screen viewing, right-click to save to your computer)
Download a high-res Program Book .pdf (13.5 MB - suitable for printing, right-click to save to your computer)
Please note that we will not be handing out printed program books at the conference site, but you will be able access the program book online with your laptop (or other wifi enabled device that can read pdf), in our email lab, or on computer kiosks set up in the conference area.
Please note that all Program Information on the website is current and can also be used to help you plan your program.
Join us at the Un-conference on April 24. More details and information on how to submit a topic proposal
Welcome to the 9th Annual Sloan-C Blended Learning Conference and Workshop! I am honored to serve as Program Chair for this conference, which will be held in my hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
I hope you will be as excited as I am about the many workshops and sessions that address this year’s theme, Perfecting the Blend, from a variety of engaging perspectives. We have selected several conference tracks—teaching and learning, research, leadership and administration, faculty support, and student support—that will examine the many facets of blended learning in our efforts to explore new technologies and pedagogies that will lead to increased student success and satisfaction.
We are also pleased to add a new feature to the conference program: the unconference! In this participant-driven setting, you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, share practices, and build artifacts related to teaching and learning in digital environments.
I look forward to meeting you all at the conference in April. Please come ready to share your best practices and to enjoy our vibrant city!
|Dylan Barth, 2012 Program Chair|