1st ADEIL Spring Asynchronous Conference: Call for Video Presentations

April 12-16, 2021

We invite you to submit a prerecorded presentation at our first Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning asynchronous conference, April 12-16, 2021: Share the Vision: Engage, Inspire, Connect. Each day, presentations and discussion opportunities will be posted to the ADEIL LinkedIn page. We are looking for links to prerecorded quality presentations (up to fifteen minutes), intended for all levels (basic through advanced) of practitioners in distance education and Independent (asynchronous) learning. Videos, narrated slides, podcasts, and any other prerecorded format is acceptable. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about your presentation at the ADEIL LinkedIn page.

Deadline to submit link to your presentation was 11:59pm (CST) on Monday, April 5, 2021

Presentation topics could include (and are not limited to):

  • Creating community in the asynchronous classroom
  • Lessons learned from emergency remote learning
  • Showcasing your course
  • Emerging technologies and techniques
  • Keys to success in establishing and maintaining effective partnerships
  • Education as a benefit of employment
  • Strategic student outreach and support
  • Creating community for online learners across a program or institution
  • From traditional student service roles to student success coach
  • Tricks and Tips for aligning course objectives, content, and assessments
  • Alternative credentialing
  • Accessibility and ADA (section 508) compliance
  • Augmented or virtual reality and Game Based Learning
  • Flipped instructional role: from source of knowledge to facilitator of learning
  • Technology Literacy skills taught through content courses
  • Opportunities to serve incarcerated or institutionalized students
  • Learner Analytics and Course Revisions
  • Mobile Learning
  • OERs and content Curation
  • Shifting from a Residential to an Online Campus
  • Innovative Tuition Programs
  • Equipping students for academic success (e.g. campus food assistance programs, etc.)
  • Redesigning spaces to facilitate student learning
  • Improving course completion rates

Why present?

  • Present your research or share your experience in a friendly atmosphere
  • Become a member of the Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning
  • Share your knowledge and be recognized for your contribution to the fields of distance education and Independent Learning
  • Test new ideas to guide your future work
  • Add your presentation to your CV
  • Share your dissertation research outside of your committee or provide feedback for emerging scholars
  • Engage in conversation with leaders in the field

The Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning is a professional association for anyone engaged in or interested in distance education. The goal of the organization is to provide professional development opportunities as well as opportunities for collegiality and interaction. One of the main ways we fulfill our mission is through our conferences.