Hosted by The Presidents’ Forum and United States Distance Learning Association, Dr. Marilyn Gardner is working with Excelsior College, USDLA, as well as national educators and policy makers to plan the 12TH Annual Meeting of the Presidents’ Forum, “Unshackling Innovation: Regulation vs. Innovation.”
The Forum is being held:
November 18, 2015 (Wednesday)
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce | Hall of Flags
1615 H Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20062
Attendees can find the preliminary program at:
Would you like to register? You can do so at: http://forum.wp.excelsior.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2015/07/2015-Presidents-Forum-Registration-Form080615.pdf
Forum attendees will join national experts who are influencing policies in the academic and distance education arena to examine and discuss the evolving promise and policy issues associated with technology-mediated learning. Connect and interact with colleagues, providers, and technology academicians and business professionals who are grappling with defining the next steps to safeguard the institutional and academic integrity of online learning providers while redoubling efforts to reach underserved and under skilled learners.
The Presidents’ Forum, established in 2004, is a collaboration of accredited, national, adult-serving institutions and programs which have embraced the power and potential of online education. The Mission of the Presidents’ Forum is to advance the recognition of innovative practice and excellence in online learning. This is accomplished by providing a venue for leaders in higher education and stakeholders to share their knowledge and learn from others’ best practices. You can find more information at http://www.presidentsforum.org/
The United States Distance Learning Association was founded on the premise of creating a powerful alliance to meet the burgeoning education and training needs of learning communities via new concepts of the fusion of communication technologies with learning in broad multidiscipline applications.
The learning communities that USDLA addresses are: pre K-12, higher education, continuing education, corporate training, military and government training, home schooling and telemedicine. In addition USDLA is also focused on national and international technology based Distance Learning
USDLA through its mission of supporting the development and application of distance learning focuses on all legislation impacting the Distance learning community and its varied constituencies. You can find more information on USDLA at www.usdla.org.