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COVID‑19 updates: While the University of Wisconsin–Madison is taking steps to reduce the spread of COVID‑19, we still plan to hold the DT&L conference on August 4–6 in Madison, WI as planned. There is also a contingency plan in place, just in case. For the latest, view Continuing Studies COVID‑19 updates.
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DT&L 20/20. Focus your vision & see the future today. Register now.
DT&L Conference
August 4–6, 2020
Madison, WI

Registration opens April 14, with COVID contingency plan

The 36th annual Distance Teaching & Learning (DT&L) conference will take place, as planned, August 4–6, 2020. However, we are delaying the first day of registration by one week, to Tuesday, April 14.

If the COVID‑19 pandemic prevents us from hosting an in‑person event, we are prepared to pivot to a fully virtual experience for our attendees. We will follow the guidance of national health officials to keep everyone safe while still providing an engaging and meaningful professional development experience for you — whether you join us virtually or in person. For the latest, visit our COVID‑19 update page.

To make your conference planning easier, we have decided to offer a single, exceptionally discounted registration fee of $495. Register beginning April 14, and decide later whether you'll attend virtually or in person. You're covered either way.

If DT&L 2020 does shift to a 100% virtual event, your in‑person registration will automatically convert to a virtual enrollment. We are the Distance Teaching & Learning conference, after all!
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Visionary speakers, practical ideas

DT&L 2020 keynote talks will be presented by:
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Newton Miller, Ashford University
"3 T's of Effective Online Education: Thinking, Teaching, Technology"
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Flower Darby, Northern Arizona University
"Answering the Call: New Motivation for Online Teaching Excellence"
MEET THE SPEAKERS
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DT&L Talks

Logo for the National Society of Leadership and Success. A series of FREE webinars from our UW–Madison conference team, covering popular distance‑education topics.

Upcoming DT&L Talks: Wednesday, May 20, 1:30–2:00 p.m., CDT

Creating a Community of Online Student Engagement:

How do you create a community of online student leaders? How do you help them build critical career skills like communication, peer‑to‑peer accountability, and goal setting? Learn industry best practices around creating an engaged online student community. The discussion will include resources needed to support students both in and outside of their coursework. Hosted by The National Society of Leadership and Success and Walden University.
REGISTER
Questions? Contact dtl@dcs.wisc.edu
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