While this conference is more focused on adult populations, CANeLearn encourages anyone who may be in the area to consider attending (and even submitting a proposal to present).


Canadian eLearning Conference
June 25 – 26, 2020

Call for Speaking Proposals closes this
Friday at midnight, January 10th.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Call-For-Speakers for workshops and concurrent sessions is open until this Friday, Jan. 10th at midnight.  You can find out more formation and submit your proposal here: https://canadianelearning.ca/call-for-speakers/

Not sure you want to do a full session?  Why not submit for our Show-and-Share.  The call for these proposals is open until April 1, 2020.

  • Show off your latest courses, micro-modules, videos, apps, etc. to your fellow conference attendees. Your submission should be an innovative solution to a learning challenge. Share why the project was needed and how you met that need through either instructional design, tools, technologies, or processes.
Your work is worth sharing and submitting a proposal is easy! 
Take a few minutes to listen to this interview between committee member Sarah Dewar and Bianca Woods, Sr. Manager of Programming from the eLearning Guild.  Bianca has some great tips from deciding if you are ready to present, what should you propose to speak on, and even some help on how to write a proposal.

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