SIDLIT: JULY 27-29, 2022

C2C’s 23rd annual SIDLIT conference

SIDLIT Conference

Save the Date: july 27-29, 2022

The Summer Institute on Distance Learning and Instructional Technology (SIDLIT) conference is a gathering of instructional technologists, educational technology specialists, instructional designers, online faculty, technology leaders, assessment coordinators, librarians, and more who are involved with distance learning, instructional technology, or online programs.  Students in education, instructional design, and academic technology are encouraged to attend.

SIDLIT is sponsored by Colleague 2 Colleague (C2C). The conference is hosted by Ottawa University as an online event. It includes online presentations, topic-oriented special interest discussion groups, workshops, and demonstrations.

Empowering Learners Through Personal Connections is the conference theme and will feature keynote presentations by:

  • Chris Aviles – STEM Teacher at Monmouth Beach Elementary (New Jersey) and Founder of Garden State Esports
  • Michelle Pacansky-Brock – Faculty Mentor for the California Community Colleges CVC-OEI/@ONE and
  • Bryan Alexander – internationally known futurist, researcher, writer, speaker, consultant, and teacher, working in the field of higher education’s future.

SIDLIT 2022 is offered at no cost to attendees, but registration is required. This free conference is made possible by our sponsors!

Registration is limited to 500.

Who Should Attend?

  • Instructional technologists & educational technology specialists,
  • Instructional designers
  • Faculty & teachers 
  • Technology leaders 
  • Assessment coordinators
  • Librarians
  • Anyone involved with distance learning, instructional technology, or online programs
  • Students in education, instructional design, and academic technology 

Digital Badge – Attendees can earn a Professional Development Credential from C2C by attending 5 sessions at SIDLIT.

Questions about SIDLIT 2022 may be sent to C2C Chair Dennis Peirce at dpeirce@w-ils.org or Vice Chair Cheryl Zelle at czelle@ksu.edu