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Distance Learning

Administration Conference

July 28-31, 2024 at 371 Riverview Dr. Jekyll Island, GA 31527

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Administration, management, planning, and evaluation of distance learning programs

Welcome to the 2024 Distance Learning Administration (DLA) Conference, taking place at the renowned Jekyll Island Club Hotel, nestled in the beauty of Jekyll Island, Georgia, from July 28th to 31st. This pivotal event is tailor-made for individuals who hold a keen interest or play an active role in the strategic planning, governance, implementation, and performance assessment of distance learning programs.

In the constantly evolving landscape of distance education, our conference serves as the ideal platform for those in online learning departments and vendors catering to online learners. If you need assistance, or have any inquiries, we encourage you to connect with us via email at lrobison@ecampus.usg.edu or emcclain@westga.edu, or reach out through a call at 678-839-2332.

Your conference registration opens a gateway to a multitude of opportunities, including all Concurrent Sessions, the prestigious Opening Dinner with Award Speakers, Monday box lunch, a delightful Tuesday buffet lunch and table topics, and the enlightening Wednesday Closing Keynote Lunch.

This remarkable conference experience is brought to you by the collective efforts of the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration,  USG eCampus and supported by University of West Georgia. Join us to network, learn, and engage with the best minds in distance education, shaping the future of learning together.

A presenter at dla in a red shirt and badge stands in front of a room, giving a lecture next to a presentation screen. The audience, seated in chairs, is facing the presenter, attentively listening to the speech. The room has bright lighting and a traditional decor.

Conference Topics Include

  • Managing growth in distance education
  • Training & support for distance instructors
  • Support for distance students
  • Budget and cost-benefit of distance education
  • Marketing distance courses and programs
  • Distance learning ethics and copyright
  • Organizational issues in distance education
  • Evaluation of distance courses and programs
  • Striving for excellence during a Pandemic
  • Artificial Intelligence's role in education