Save the Date & Submit Session Proposals: MN eLearning Summit 2014

eLearningGreetings,It is a new year and time for another fantastic opportunity to be a part of Minnesota’s eLearning Summit 2014. Please join us on July 30-31 on the beautiful University of Northwestern campus (St. Paul) to hear keynote speakers Cable Green (Creative Commons) and Robbie Melton (Tennessee Board of Regents). Cable is an advocate for open policies that promote free and open education materials and Robbie is a mobile education innovator. You will want to hear and see these dynamic, engaging, and relevant keynoters first hand!

The Summit:

Our venue brings together K-12 and Higher Education practitioners to engage in presentations and conversations that promote the use of technology in teaching and learning. This affordable conference is in-state and focused on all things digital when it comes to learning – online learning, electronic portfolios, digital resources, you name it. Our Summit is designed specifically for K-12 and post-secondary educators, public and private sectors, to join together for meaningful interaction regarding effective uses of technology with teaching and learning.

Call for Proposals:

The Summit program committee is looking for good presenters from K-12 and post-secondary education.  We strongly encourage  those with a K-12 focus to contribute presentations at the Summit. We wish to provide a balanced set of offerings for our post-secondary and K-12 attendees. This year’s theme is Open. Online. Opportunity. This theme opens the doors and windows of our thinking and practice regarding education as we consider current realities and future possibilities. Through national leaders in education as keynote speakers, interactive breakout sessions, showcase sessions featuring innovative technologies, and various ways to network with colleagues, we will consider what we do and what we might do together.

We want your session proposals! If you have a presentation idea for the Summit, we ask that you follow this hyperlink to the Conference Call for Proposals.

If you have questions about Summit session proposals, please feel free to contact one of the conference program co-chairs.

Mary Mehsikomer
Co-Chair eLearning Summit 2014
Technology Integration Development & Outreach Facilitator
1667 Snelling Avenue North
St. Paul, MN 55108
(651) 999-6510
Skype: mary.mehsikomer2
Twitter: marytmm

Deborah W. Proctor, Ph.D.
Co-Chair eLearning Summit 2014
Online & Digital Learning Specialist
MDE-Center for Postsecondary Success
1500 Highway 36 West
Roseville, MN 55113-4266
Phone: 651-582-8328
Fax: 651-582-8876


Registration for the Summit will open in February. Early registration rates will be provided until March 31, 2014. The Summit provides scholarship discounts for students (undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral) as well as scholarship discounts for K-12 educators.

Group Rates: Because your institution will benefit most from Summit information when a team of colleagues attend the Summit together, we provide group discounts (teams of 5 or more.) Please plan now to register as an institution team for Summit 2014.

Conference registration includes access to all Summit events, materials, meals, and parking. Inexpensive on-campus lodging is also available on the host-university campus for those outside of the metro area.

Please request additional information on the conference and submit a session or workshop proposal.


MN eLearning Summit Planning Committee

The Minnesota eLearning Summit is sponsored by the Minnesota Learning Commons: University of Minnesota, Minnesota Department of Education, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, TIES, Minitex, eFolioMinnesota and myeFolio. 

Summit Host site:  University of Northwestern – St. Paul.


Minnesota Learning Commons is a collaboration of Minnesota Department of Education, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and University of Minnesota.

Minnesota Learning Commons Online Support is located at 150 2nd Street SW, Perham, Minnesota 56573.
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