Register here for a free onsite and virtual program preview webinar of this conference - May 1 @ 2pm ET.
Presenter notifications were emailed Friday, April 4. If you submitted a proposal for presentation, check your inbox!
Registration now open - Early Bird deadline is May 8
Mark Milliron, Civitas Learning, to deliver Keynote Address
Make your travel reservations - Special hotel deals for 4th of July weekend!
Plan to Attend the Unconference Sessions
A conference devoted to the purposeful, strategic and comprehensive approach
to blended teaching and learning
11th Annual Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop
Blended Learning: Pathways to Student Success
July 8-9, 2014
Sheraton Denver Downtown - Denver, Colorado
On behalf of the 11th Annual Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop steering committee, I want to welcome you. I hope to see you at this year's Blended Learning Conference and Workshop!
This year’s conference theme is Blended Learning: Pathways to Student Success. The theme emphasizes the centrality of the learner in our blended learning designs. The primary reasons why there is a significant trend towards blended learning across the globe is because of its potential to increase learning effectiveness and flexibility for the learner.
There are many successful pathways to blended learning that institutions and instructors have explored. We hope you will come and share your knowledge and experience with us as well as network with other experts and novices who are venturing into world of blended learning.
The conference is organized into two days, with the first day starting with an array of interactive workshops, followed by an afternoon of information sessions, vendor showcases, and poster sessions, and highlighted by our keynote presentation on analytics for student success. The final day of the conference will include an expert plenary presentation followed by information sessions and finish up with a half day of "Unconference" sessions that feature more informal open-ended, participant-driven discussion and networking around important blended learning issues.
I would love to meet you in person at the conference in Denver this year! Even better, we would love to learn from your experiences and expertise - so please submit a proposal for a workshop or information session! If you are unable to travel to Denver at the conference time, we would love to engage with you live online as virtual conference attendees.
Charles R. Graham
|Charles Graham, Conference Chair|
2014 Blended Learning Conference and Workshop