ePortfolio Field Coming of Age: Knowledge, Research and Practice
Two workshops for the price of one!
Pay $200 for a morning or an afternoon workshop, or
better yet, go to a morning and an afternoon workshop for the same price!
(No Monday workshop discount. To attend, you must register for the full conference.)
Already registered, but you didn't include workshops?
This year, you can go back to the registration site and
revisit your registration to add a workshop!
Monday Workshop Choices
Morning - 8:30 - 12:00 (followed by lunch)
Afternoon - 1:00 - 4:30 (preceded by lunch)
Afternoon - 1:00 - 5:00
(followed by the AAEEBL Board Reception, by invitation) AAEEBL's Third
(for institutional members and Corporate Affiliates)
One of the
benefits to members and one of many opportunities extended to Corporate
Affiliates is the Annual Executive Summit. This limited-seating gathering
enlarges the ongoing conversation between the academic side of AAEEBL and the
corporate entity/technology side of AAEEBL. Presenters for the 2013
Executive Summit, sponsored by eLumen, include:
- Helen Chen, Stanford University
- David Hubert, Salt Lake Community College
- Terrel Rhodes, Association of American Colleges
Would you like to attend, but you're not an
AAEEBL member or Corporate Affiliate (yet)?
Support AAEEBL now!
This event, a $200 value, is
a centerpiece event among the many AAEEBL services and opportunities extended
to those who support AAEEBL's work throughout the eportfolio community.
Thanks to eLumen's support, once again, this event will bring together eportfolio leaders and learner-centered
technology providers in order to share and learn from each other. All
attendees at the Executive Summit actively support AAEEBL's mission.
There's still time for your academic institution or corporate entity to become
a partner in supporting AAEEBL's services. We invite you to consider
membership or affiliation as a way to enable us to keep providing an
ever-growing array of resources, both online and face-to-face, for those who
share our mission: to deepen learning and to transform institutions with
eportfolios and other learner-centered technologies.