Distance Learning's Description

The Division of Distance Learning (DDL) is focused on a wide range of distance learning issues, strategies and technologies as a means of addressing the educational needs of distance learning users. The DDL encourages proposals of disciplined inquiry, best practices, as well as practitioner-oriented proposals. Distance learning embraces fully online and blended learning, virtual high schools and universities, multi-user and personal learning virtual environments, and web and video conferencing. Examples of presentation topics within distance learning environments include blogging, podcasting, online gaming, effective instructional design, successful instructional strategies, student success, faculty development, enhancing motivation, online collaboration, online social and learning interaction, online program and degree development, mentoring, research, theory, policy, evaluation, management and other important topics of interest to DDL members.

For more information regarding submitting proposals to the Division of Distance Learning contact:

Tonia Dousay at tdousay@uwyo.edu