CTE Summer Digital Learning Conference:
“Teaching in a Virtual School”

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

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The Ball State Center for Technology in Education (CTE), in partnership with the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) and the Ball State Indianapolis Center, invites you to an exciting conference about teaching and learning in a virtual school. Students, teachers and administrators from the Hoosier Academies and the Achieve Virtual Education Academy will discuss the opportunities and challenges of teaching in an online environment. Vendor partners and other educators will present experiences, technologies, and solutions for schools seeking to engage children online in new ways. See the conference schedule.

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The target audience includes district academic leaders, technology leaders, teachers, and teacher educators. Hands-on opportunities with various online learning technologies will be provided.

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A few seats still remain!


The conference is FREE and lunch and refreshments are provided, but onsite attendance is very limited. Advanced registration is required. Onsite participation is capped at 50 people and the webcast is capped at 400. The reception can hold more people beyond the onsite participants so others are invited to RSVP to the reception only. We’ve organized a group package for an Indianapolis Indians baseball game after the reception. Note your interest in the registration page.



Program | Presenters | Webcast | Lunch | Reception | Sponsors | Exhibits | Location | Being Downtown & Baseball
An eLearning Regional Conference funded in part by the Indiana Department of Education.

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The CTE Digital Learning Series are events and opportunities to promote online learning and digital content in K-12 schools and teacher education. Our goals are to:
  • Introduce examples and models of virtual schools, online learning and digital content/curriculum.
  • Organize research and development opportunities for teacher education and K-12 schools.
  • Establish sustainable communities of practice with an agenda to influence school improvement, teacher education, and teacher professional development.