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Seeking Proposals for the ELI Annual Meeting 2015

Designing our Thinking: Crafting New Directions for Digital Engagement is the theme of the ELI Annual Meeting 2015 in Anaheim, California, and online. ELI will feature Ted-Style presentations, Learnshops, preconference seminars, and top-notch general session speakers, along with numerous opportunities to network and discuss current trends and issues within higher education teaching and learning. The overall program will result in a diverse array of presenters, perspectives, different levels of experience, and a variety of institutional types.


Scheduled General Session Speakers

Monday, February 9

Eric Grimson, Bernard Gordon Professor of Medical Engineering, MIT
2015 Horizon Report

Tuesday, February 10

Diana Oblinger, President & CEO, EDUCAUSE

Wednesday, February 11

Peter E. Doolittle, Executive Director, Center for Instructional Development
and Educational Research, Virginia Tech
 

Speaker Resources

Working on your presentation? Finalizing your materials? The Speaker Resources page can help you navigate the road to presenting at the ELI Annual Meeting 2015.
 

Thank You ELI Annual Meeting 2015 Program Committee

The ELI Annual Meeting is informed, planned, and organized by ELI members who are engaged, passionate, and experienced in the selected theme. Thank you to this year's Program Committee.

 

 

important Dates

August 29, 5:00 p.m. MT:
Proposal Deadline

October: Speakers Notified

Early-November: Registration Opens

February 9-11, 2015: Annual Meeting


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For general information about this event, including registration, please contact EDUCAUSE Member Services:

 

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