Presented by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
Save the Date
Conference: Save the date for the United States Distance Learning Associaton NDLW 2022 conference: November 7 ~ 11, 2022.
Conference Theme & Logo Announcement: The NDLW 2022 conference logo will be unveiled and the conference theme will be announced at the grand finale of the 2022, 35th Anniversary Edition of the USDLA National Conference. Exact date to be announced.
Call for Proposals: Save the date for the NDLW 2022 conference CFP: July 1 ~ August 31, 2022 (subject to change).
About the Conference
In a long tradition of honoring National Distance Learning Week (NDLW), in 2022, the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) will once again host a free, virtual, week-long NDLW conference meant to:
- generate greater awareness and appreciation for distance learning;
- celebrate distance learning applications in K-12, telehealth, higher education, corporate, and government/military;
- discuss current issues and emerging trends;
- highlight best practices;
- recognize leaders in the field.
Conference Logo: Are you a USDLA super fan and a talented graphic designer? Want to have your concept for a new NDLW logo featured at NDLW 2022? If so, email your proposed logo to email@example.com. Receiving proposals from now until end of May, 2022.
Affiliate Local NDLW Events
National Distance Learning Week (NDLW) is presented by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), on a national level. However, NDLW is also celebrated by USDLA state chapters as well as schools, colleges, universities, or corporations. In alphabetical order, the 2022 year’s affiliate NDLW events are as follows:
- Asia-Pacific Online Distance Education Week
- European Distance Learning Week.
If your school, college, or corporation is planning to conduct an affiliate local NDLW event to celebrate and promote the field of online learning, please:
- link back to our USDLA 2022 NDLW page;
- display the 2022 NDLW logo (coming after 2022, 35th Anniversary Edition of the USDLA National Conference) on your page;
- email Dr. Georgianna Laws at firstname.lastname@example.org with a request to link your affiliate event page to ours.
For any suggestions or questions about National Distance Learning Week or if you would like to volunteer please contact:
Dr. Georgianna Laws
Call/Text/WhatsApp 912-484-5745 (CST)
All 2022 NDLW sessions will be recorded and the recordings will be available for free to those who register for the conference, as well as for USDLA members. If you would like to learn more about USDLA membership, please visit https://usdla.org/membership/.