2013 Conference


REGISTRATION
SCHEDULE & PROGRAM
SPEAKERS
ACCOMMODATIONS
MAPS & PARKING
RALEIGH ATTRACTIONS
INFO FOR VENDORS
INFO FOR PRESENTERS new!


PARTICIPATING VENDORS:

remote-learner

eXplorance

School Chapters

mcgraw-hill

Dallas Learning Solutions

adaptCourseware

American Public University System

Pearson

Whitlock

Sony

Blackboard

smarthinking

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323

eScienceLabs logo

Smarter Services logo

MBS Direct

Course Smart

examity

Coast Learning Systems

NROC

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SoftChalk Cloud Logo

campus cruiser

Vital Source

echo 360

Net Tutor

Starfish Retention Solutions

Science Learning Resources

xanedu

ProctorU

Blindside Networks

Appalachian State University

NBC Learn

Kaltura

2013 Conference Banner
Come network with faculty, staff and distance learning peers from across the NC community college system and beyond. NC3ADL’s 2013 conference features workshops, vendor exhibits, luncheons, speakers, great ideas from all corners of the state, social events and a bluegrass band. You’re sure to discover many ways to SHAKE UP your eLearning world!


Registration

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Note: Full conference registration fee includes two continental breakfasts and lunches (Monday and Tuesday), a reception (Sunday evening) and a social (Monday evening).


Schedule & Program

This year’s conference features over 90 presentations and more than 25 vendors, along with breakfasts, two evening social events, and luncheons with special speakers and door prizes!

Mobile Options
iPhone/iPad: Download the lanyrd app for easy access to the online schedule
Android: Access the mobile schedule (HTML5 version) through a web browser

Printed programs will be provided at the conference.


Featured Speaker

Lee RainieLee Rainie, Director of the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, will address the luncheon on Monday, September 30. For more than a decade, Mr. Rainie has analyzed the impacts of changing technology on people’s behavior and lives. Mr. Rainie is co-author of the new book Networked: The New Social Operating System, which explores how our technology-driven environment “expands opportunities for learning, problem solving, decision making, and personal interaction.”

Keynote Speaker

Chris-Estes-photo-140hChris Estes, State Chief Information Officer for North Carolina, will address the luncheon on Tuesday, October 1. Governor Pat McCrory appointed Mr. Estes as the state’s Chief Information Officer in January 2013. By statute, the State CIO has statewide responsibilities for IT strategy, standards, security, procurement, project oversight and enterprise-shared service to state agencies and others. Mr. Estes has twenty years of experience across the manufacturing, hi-tech, and financial services industries for leading brands PwC, IBM, BearingPoint, EMC and most recently Booz Allen Hamilton, where he was a Principal in the Strategy, Technology, and Innovation practice.


Accommodations

Marrriott logoThe Raleigh Marriott City Center is offering a special room rate of $136 per night (plus tax) for NC3ADL conference attendees who reserve by August 30. The rate includes complimentary Internet in the guest rooms.

You must reserve by August 30 to get the conference rate. Visit the Marriott reservation page and use group code NCONCOA


Maps & Parking

The Raleigh Convention Center is located downtown at 500 South Salisbury Street. Public parking garages are available nearby. The Marriott is located at 500 Fayetteville Street and is just across the street from the convention center’s main lobby entrance.

For more info, see:
Raleigh Convention Center Directions & Parking
Marriott City Center Directions & Parking


Raleigh Attractions

Take time to explore Raleigh’s vibrant downtown, which offers a wide array of dining options, nightlife, shops, museums, state and historic buildings, theaters, parks and more.

Wherever you want to go downtown, Raleigh’s R-Line makes it easy to get there. The R-Line is a FREE, environmentally friendly bus that can take you all around downtown Raleigh. It stops outside the Convention Center’s main lobby entrance on Salisbury Street every 10-15 minutes (Sun 1 pm – 8 pm; Mon & Tue 7 am – 11 pm).
R-Line bus
For more info, see:
Downtown Raleigh Map
Downtown Raleigh Restaurants & Dining
R-Line Transportation Map & Details


Info for Vendors

Vendors, don’t miss this chance to promote your products and services to distance learning decision makers and innovators from North Carolina’s 58 community colleges as well as representatives from universities and K-12 institutions.

View our vendor packet to learn about the numerous marketing and networking opportunities available — from exhibit tables to sponsorships, presentations, giveaways and more.


Info for Presenters

NC3ADL encourages all presenters to share your presentation slides and/or handouts online. To make it easy for attendees to find and access your online materials, please link them to your session on the online schedule at lanyrd.com.

Instructions for posting presenter materials (PDF)