The 6th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning (ET4OL) International Symposium will take place in Las Vegas, NV April 9-11, 2013 at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Emerging Technologies Symposium is devoted to the emerging and innovative uses of technology designed to improve teaching and learning online. The conference focuses on the technologies that drive online learning effectiveness, highlighting research, applications and best practices of important emerging technological tools. We encourage submissions related to instruction, networking, assessment, open educational resources, new media and support services.
Who Should Attend
This conference, which will provide the latest information on emerging technology applications for online learning, is geared to both experienced professionals and interested newcomers to online learning who hail from a variety of work sectors, including higher education, continuing education, business, government, health care, professional associations, and nonprofit organizations.
For additional information: http://sloanconsortium.org/conference/2013/et4online/about
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