Jul 24 - 26
Boston, MA - Massachusetts
Boston Park Plaza Hotel
Building Learning Communities 2013, a three day education conference for administrators educators and IT professionals, emphasizes weaving technology and education in primary and secondary schools across the world. The conference offers over 130 sessions on topics including common core, motivational assignments, global communication, nurturing creativity, professional learning communities, and crafting vision. Keynote speakers include Dr. David Weinberger and Dr. Yong Zhao.
Jul 29 - Aug 01
Boston, MA - Massachusetts
Hynes Convention Center
The Campus Technology annual summer conference and expo is the nation’s premier higher education technology conference, where leading innovators and experts in technology for higher education guide faculty, instructional designers, eLearning program managers, information technologists, and campus administrators into the new realm of teaching and learning using the latest in applications, social software and immersive platforms. Campus Technology conferences are tailored to the needs of faculty, administrators and IT professionals in higher education. By focusing on technologies of strategic interest to the mission of higher education, Campus Technology conferences help attendees assure that their institutions remain competitive, whether in the classroom or campuswide.
Jul 31 - Aug 02
Phoenix, AZ - Arizona
The Evaluating Online Faculty Conference, a three day event for deans, academic chairs, department heads, and senior administrators, concentrates on the assessment of distance learning staff. The event offers eight active session: Challenges in Evaluation of Online Teaching, Methods for Evaluating Online Teaching Practices, Developing Skill Sets for Evaluating Online Faculty Performance, Peer and Administrative Review of Online Teaching, Best Practices for Student Reviews of Online Teaching, Preparing Faculty for the Evaluation Process, Method and Tools for Gathering Informal Feedback, and The Online-Teaching Evaluation Life Cycle. Speakers include Ann Hamilton Taylor, B.Jean Mandernach, and Thomas J. Tobin.
Aug 06 - 09
Baltimore, MD - Maryland
IDEAL 2013, a four day symposium for administrators, focuses on the development and integration of student learning assessment programs in higher education facilities. Topics include assessment principles, managing change, and facilitation skills.
Aug 07 - 08
Boulder, CO - Colorado
Wolf Law Building
The Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference is a two day conference and exhibition concentrated on the use of classroom technology in higher education. The event offers over 60 sessions and multiple workshops. This years keynote speaker is Stephen Ludwig.
Aug 07 - 09
Madison, WI - Wisconsin
Monona Terrace Convention Center
The 29th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, a three day exhibition and conference for educators administrators, business trainers, and IT professionals, specializes in distance education and training in higher educations institutions, K-12 schools, businesses, and government organizations. The event offers about 70 full length sessions, 20 speed sessions, 24 informal sessions, and 20 exhibitors. Keynote speakers include Sally Johnstone and Richard Baraniuk.
Aug 14 - 16
Reston, VA - Virginia
Hyatt Regency Reston Hotel
The Washington Interactive Learning and Technologies Conference is a three day conference and expo that highlights educational games, simulations, and online training tools for use K-12 schools, higher education institutions, businesses, and government facilities. The conference offers 82 sessions and eight exhibits.
Elon, NC - North Carolina
The 2013 Teaching and Learning Conference, a free single day event for local educators and IT professionals in higher education, focuses on connecting in-class instruction with student activities outside of the classroom. The event offers 15 sessions, networking opportunities, and exposure to new technologies. Keynote speakers include Robbie
Kendall-Melton and Michael Paige.
Aug 20 - 22
Redmond, WA - Washington
Digipen Institute of Technology
The 2013 Serious Play Conference is a three day event that highlights games and simulations used for advancing skills in K-12 schools, higher education institutions, and a variety of workplaces. Four pre-conference workshops covering classroom integration, location based games, training employees, and building a game curriculum in higher education institutions have been added to this years event.
Tulsa, OK - Oklahoma
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel
The Oklahoma IT Symposium is a one day event for IT leaders working in schools and businesses. The event hosts 13 sessions and has booked Robert Tipton as the opening Keynote speaker.