USDLA 2015 – Call for Proposals is Now Open

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The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) celebrates its 28th Anniversary and is pleased to announce the 2015 Annual Conference Call for Proposals. The proposals are now being accepted based on the conference theme, “Distance Learning: Ignite, Innovate, Inspire!”. There is also a continued opportunity this year to present your session in our virtual classroom setting, which means your session will be viewed by face-to-face attendees as well as those attendees joining us virtually. You will be able to note your interest when completing your proposal submission.

They recommend that proposals be specific about what will make your presentation valuable to attendees. Any proposal that is perceived to be a “sales pitch” will not be considered. Your proposal should be focused on innovative issues, working solutions and should address the conference theme.  All presenters are expected to register for the full conference. Presenters are eligible for the Early Bird registration rate (even after the close of Early Bird registration).

Please note that the submission deadline is Sunday, December 22, 2014.

Before submitting your proposal, please read the USDLA 2015 Call for Proposal Details.

Link to submit online:

St. Louis at night

St. Louis at night, seen from across the Mississippi River. The Gateway Arch stands over the city, while One Metropolitan Square is visible to the right. (

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