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2016 Pearson CITE Online Learning Conference

FL - Feb 9 8:00 am to Feb 11, 2016 5:00 pm

more than $250


The 16th annual online learning conference, Cite, is expanded to include K-12 educators. 2016 Cite will feature a K-12 learning track, “Next Generation for Online & Blended Learning”, providing educators with the opportunity to share ideas and exchange best practices that will help prepare learners of all ages to compete in an ever-changing, global economy.

The call for proposals is open until September 25th. In addition to the K-12: Next Generation for Online & Blended Learning track, program categories include: Innovative Models & Pedagogical Approaches, Managing the Online Program, Professional & Corporate Insights, and Student Engagement & Retention.

Nominations for the annual Excellence in Online Teaching and Online Administration Awards are open until October 5. These awards honor leaders who are making significant contributions and encouraging further innovation in online learning. Nominations may include faculty and administrators from K-12, higher education, and the corporate environment who have demonstrated measurable best practices and innovation in online learning. Winners receive a $1,500 donation in their honor to an existing scholarship fund of their choice.

Cite 2016 keynote presentations will include dynamic sessions featuring New York Times #1 bestselling author of “GRIT: The New Science of What it Takes to Persevere, Flourish, Succeed”, Paul Stoltz, Ph.D., and successful serial entrepreneur and CEO of Chicago startup hub 1871, Howard Tullman. Other highlights from this year’s program include:

  • “How to” sessions focusing on the implementation of online learning solutions
  • Inspirational thought leadership sessions
  • K-12, higher ed, and corporate industry connections
  • Live-streaming and on-demand access to virtual tracks for all attendees for up to six months following the event
  • To learn more about Pearson Cite 2016, visit this website. Follow @PearsonNorthAm and use #pearsoncite to join the conversation.