Workshops Announced | Early Bird Tickets Pricing | And More: Register Now To Join Us In Toronto This Summer At The Canadian eLearning Conference

While this conference is focused primarily on adult populations, if you are in the Toronto area there might be a number of sessions that those involved in K-12 would find of interest.


Although we can’t make Spring come early, we can give you early bird pricing for this year’s conference.


  • Pre-Conference workshops now posted
  • Registration now open with Early Bird Pricing until April 30th
  • Lodging recommendation
Toronto | June 25-26, 2020

Full Agenda for Workshops and Conference (link)

Thursday, June 25, 2020    08:00 – 16:30 

Friday, June 26, 2020    08:00 – 16:30 


Early Bird Pricing Ends April 30th

  • Conference ONLY – Friday, June 26th $200.00
  • Pre-Conference Workshop ONLY – Thursday, June 25th $275.00
  • Pre-Conference Workshop June 25th  & Conference June 26th $425.00

Pricing After May 1st

  • Conference ONLY on Friday, June 26th $300.00
  • Pre-Conference Workshop ONLY on Thursday, June 25th $375.00
  • Pre-Conference Workshop June 25th & Conference June 26th $600.00

Lodging Recommendation
Chelsea Hotel Toronto, 33 Gerrard St W, Toronto, ON M5G 1Z4, Canada
More information including rate and how to make a reservation using the conference discount can be found here: link.

Draw for Free Workshop Registration
Conference Referrals:

Refer 2 people to the Canadian eLearning Conference and you will be entered into a draw for a free pre-conference workshop registration.  When your friends register, they select YES I heard about the Canadian eLearning Conference from a friend and then type in your name.
*Referrals must already be registered for a pre-conference workshop to be eligible for the draw.

This Year’s Keynote – Will Thalheimer, Ph.D.“Getting Unstuck in Learning Evaluation: Three Practical Research-Inspired Innovations” 

As learning professionals, we create learning opportunities to help people improve their work performance. But how do we know how well we’re doing? More than half of us report wanting to substantially improve the way we do learning evaluation. Let’s repeat that: More than half of us want to substantially improve our evaluations! We are dissatisfied with our learner surveys, unhappy with our general approaches to evaluation, and wishing for more from our elearning knowledge checks. In this provocative keynote, leading research-to-practice pioneer Will Thalheimer will introduce three learning-evaluation innovations that bring hope and new ideas to the practice of evaluation. Will’s goal in his evaluation work is to introduce practical, research-inspired methods we can use to gain insights about our success—insights we can use to support our learners in learning and work performance. Learning evaluation is one of the hardest things we do as learning professionals, and while it is extremely difficult if not impossible to gain full insight, it is relatively easy to make substantial improvements in our current practices! In this keynote, Will Thalheimer gets us started.

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We look forward to connecting with you before and during this year’s conference.

Tracy Parish
Social Media/Marketing Director
Canadian eLearning Conference

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