BbWorld 2012 – Call for Presentations NOW OPEN!

The BbWorld 2012 Call for Presentations is now open! Your insights and experiences are the backbone of the BbWorld program.

The 2012 conference will take place from July 10 – 13 in New Orleans.

Top Reasons to Present
1.       Receive discounted registration fee
2.       Share your best practices with peers
3.       Influence and enhance teaching and learning at other institutions
4.       Shape eLearning around the world

Be sure to submit your proposal by January 20, 2012, and please, encourage your colleagues as well!


About ekunnen
Eric has a passion for, works to lead, support, and coordinate effective uses of technology in teaching and learning. He is an Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies at Grand Valley State University (GVSU) in Allendale, Michigan. His primary role focuses on collaborating and supporting distance learning initiatives at the university while exploring future trends in emerging technologies in teaching and learning. He also collaborates to research and support academic technologies used in the classroom and in eLearning. Previously, Eric was the Emerging Technologies Coordinator at GVSU and a Director of Distance Learning and Instructional Technologies at Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Eric has a background in teaching Computer Science and Biology at the secondary level and a Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Educational Technology. I'm on mission to advance teaching and learning through the integration of emerging and innovative instructional technologies... More

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