UPCEA conferences bring together the most significant assembly of thought leaders and practitioners today in the field of professional, continuing, and online education.
You'll find a wealth of knowledge, information and insights in these expert presentations curated from UPCEA conferences. These presentations span the top areas of practice in our field (aligned with UPCEA's eight professional Networks), led by higher education experts and colleagues. Session topics include federal policy, finance and operations, marketing and enrollment management, instructional design, noncredit programs, alternative credentialing, and much more.
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2022 DT&L (Distance Teaching & Learning) - 46 Presentations
The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) and the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) partnered to co-present the annual Distance Teaching & Learning (DT&L) conferences in 2022 and 2023. This event is a transformative professional development experience for individuals working in the field of distance and online education – from faculty and instructors to instructional designers and administrators. Presentations focus on relevant research, innovative teaching tools, and cutting-edge learning technologies.
2022 UPCEA Annual Conference and 2022 SOLA+R - Summit for Online Leadership and Administration + Roundtable) - 94 Presentations
SOLA+R (Summit for Online Leadership and Administration + Roundtable) is the leading event focused on the online enterprise – from both strategic and operational perspectives. Presentations focus on groundbreaking models of successful leadership development, enabling professionals to foster a culture of innovation, creativity, and curiosity throughout their organizations.
2022 Annual Conference REACH (Virtual) - 10 Presentations
UPCEA Annual Conference REACH is the first of a new way to gather virtually for UPCEA events, designed to complement the onsite conference experience and offer members an opportunity to engage with each other and with critical content regardless of capacity to travel. Presentations focus on deep dives into the most pressing issues facing professional, continuing, and online (PCO) education, including: A Spotlight on Alternative Credentials, A Federal Policy update, Reflections on Hyflex and post-pandemic pedagogies, Explorations into DEI for leaders of PCO.