(Fort Collins, CO) – Over 900 people participated in the 27th Annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference from August 3-5 in Madison, Wisconsin. Because of Weston Distance Learning’s education leadership, two Weston faculty members were selected to present at this highly-prestigious conference.
Curriculum Manager Katy Little and Faculty Manager Melissa Meltzer presented two 20-minute demonstration topics. Real-World Practice Makes Perfect presented by Melissa Meltzer focused-on how to offer real-world experience to students when internships are not an option. Consistency in Online Course Development presented by Katy Little focused-on the importance of consistent online course design and its advantages to staff and students.
“It was an honor to represent Weston schools,” said Melissa Meltzer, Weston Distance Learning was selected to present and share about two of our top-quality programs. The conference was an education-filled three day experience of sharing and learning with colleagues in the distance education field.”
About Weston Distance Learning
Weston Distance Learning Inc. is the parent company of three distance education schools: U.S. Career Institute, McKinley College and At-Home Professions. The schools enroll students nationwide. State approval is through the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools. Each certificate course and degree program offered through Weston Distance Learning schools are accredited through the nationally recognized Distance Education and Training Council in Washington, DC. For information, visit http://www.westondistancelearning.com/.