We would like to personally invite you to join us at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative 2011 Annual Meeting, February 14–16 in Washington, D.C.
This year's gathering offers an exciting setting for interactive, hands-on learning and networking, with a variety of presentations, discussions, seminars, and learning activities. We are seeking proposals for preconference seminars, interactive presentations, innovation showcase presentations, and poster sessions that support the meeting's theme, "Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories."
We are also soliciting proposals dealing with the assessment and evaluation of innovations in the area of teaching and learning. Proposal focus areas for 2011 include learners, learning principles and practices, and learning technologies.
Don't miss your opportunity to help create an innovative and informative program at this year's meeting! Submit a proposal online by September 17.
Malcolm Brown Veronica Diaz
Director, ELI Associate Director, ELI
Present as a Team
ELI encourages a team approach to presentations, such as addressing a subject from multiple roles or synthesizing the experiences of multiple institutions. ELI will include as many quality team-based sessions as possible in the annual meeting. ELI seeks proposals that present research (quantitative and/or qualitative) or evidence of effectiveness. Check the proposal guidelines page for more details.