The success of the annual conference is largely due to those fantastic members who take the time to present and facilitate discussions during breakout sessions!
This year’s theme is Digital Learning: Connect and Engage. Please consider sharing your expertise and complete the Request for Conference Presentation Form. All proposals must be submitted by November 30.
More information can be found on the Request for Proposals 2017 page.
The request for proposals will be posted soon, so stay tuned! In the mean time, you can check out the speakers and sessions from past years under the Archives menu.
The final program for the NDLA Conference, “Blended Pathways for Learning,” February 24-26 in Omaha, is now available for view or download here!
Online registration ends Friday, February 19 so register now! New this year is a pre-conference workshop, “7 C’s of Blended Learning.” You need not be registered for the conference in order to participate in the Wednesday afternoon workshop.
Use the menu above to see more information about the conference. Please join us!
Our New Year’s gift to you is early-bird registration!
Registration is now open for the NDLA Conference, Blended Pathways for Learning, on February 25–26 (with a pre-conference workshop on the 24th). Save $15 on the 2016 NDLA Conference (#NDLA16) if you register by February 12, 2016. This year in addition to two keynote speakers, breakout sessions, roundtable discussions, and sponsor booths, we are offering a blended learning pre-conference workshop (limited seating available). See the NDLA Conference menu links at the navigation bar above for additional details.
New this year! Pre-conference workshop!
Marcia Kish will present the 7C’s of Blended Learning as a pre-conference workshop Wednesday afternoon from 1:00-5:00 PM. See details here! This workshop is an additional fee, and participants need not be registered for the conference, although we hope everyone will stay for the conference on Thursday and Friday!
Due to recent connections and conversations with new tentative sponsors and presenters, NDLA has extended the deadline for session proposal submissions to Monday, November 30.
Submit your session here!
Nebraska Distance Learning Week Social Media Challenge starts November 9
To celebrate Nebraska Distance Learning Week on November 9-13, NDLA is conducting a Twitter challenge. NDLA (@NebraskaDLA) will Tweet out resources, comments, or questions for you to like/favorite, retweet, or reply. On Friday, we will put everyone who participated in the #NebDLW Challenge into a drawing for a complimentary 2016 NDLA Conference registration (value $150) and two honorable mention prizes of $10 Amazon gift cards. See guidelines here.
The week of November 9–13, 2015, has been proclaimed as Nebraska Distance Learning Week (NDLW), corresponding with the National Distance Learning Week that same week.
NDLA is planning a Social Media Challenge for that week. Details and guidelines will appear here and on the NDLA Facebook page the week of November 2.
NDLA Board members Tim Hahn, SuAnn Witt, Linda Dickeson, and President Laura Huntimer attend the signing of the Nebraska Distance Learning Week proclamation by Governor Pete Ricketts.
NDLA is seeking proposals for its Blended Pathways for Learning conference February 24–26, 2016, at the Omaha Marriott. Conference goals are to provide training and professional development for P-20 educators, telehealth, content providers, and other distance/blended learning professionals. Breakout sessions are 45 minutes in length.
See this page for guidelines and for the link to submit your session.
Go to the NDLA 2016 Conference page for more information about the event.