Less Than Two Weeks Until Digital Learning Day! Is Your Event on the Map?

This showed up in our inbox late last week.  So in these final days before the DLD event, CANeLearn encourages Canadian e-learning programs to participate and get your events added to the Digital Learning Day map.


Two Weeks Until Digital Learning Day! Is Your Event on the Map?

Digital Learning Day 2019 is two weeks away on February 28! There are now more than 700 events on the official DLDay map.

Help DLDay reach 1,000 events on the map.
Mark your celebration today!

    Add Your Event    

 Click to Tweet: Digital Learning Day is two weeks away! Help @OfficialDLDay reach 1,000 events on the #DLDay map. Add your event now:

DLDay Spotlight

Looking for DLDay inspiration? Check out the official DLDay map to see how other classrooms, schools, and districts near you will be celebrating DLDay!

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Register for DLDay Webinars

For digital learning to thrive, school and district leaders need to create opportunities for innovation and risk-taking. But there’s also a critical role for librarians, instructional coaches, and teachers, who can lead this innovation through collaboration.

Learn more on DLDay during these live webinars hosted by Alliance for Excellent Education and Future Ready Schools®.

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    Register Now    

 Click to Tweet: Check out these two Digital Learning Day 2019 webinars on innovation and change. There’s something for everyone! Details & register: @OfficialDLDay #DLDay

Get Inspired for DLDay

If you aren’t already excited for DLDay, this video will help. Join us as we celebrate the schools, students, and educators who are getting it right, making a difference, and preparing students for a world they have not yet imagined.

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