Proposals Now Being Accepted

In This Issue….

eACH Conference is an event focused on the sharing of knowledge, experience, and innovation in education technology througout a wide variety of industries and affiliations.

Our annual 2-day conference plays a vital part in the continued growth and development of the eACH community. Day 1 is comprised of skills workshops. Day 2 hosts concurrent sessions, a vendor expo and the popular Show-and-Share event.

Our ultimate goal is to reach out to all eLearning designers, developers, and administrators so that we can learn and collaborate together.

Join us June 15 & 16, 2017
Toronto, Ontario

Peter Gigan Centre for Research and Learning

Call for Speaking Proposals Now Open
We’d love to learn from you.  Do you have a project which you are really proud?  Do you have a project that failed, but is full of learning opportunites.  Do you have tips and tricks others might not know about? We want to hear your story and learn from your experience.

Call for Presenter’s for more information and to send in your submissions click here.


Pre-conference Workshops Survey
After the overwhelming positive feedback from last year’s workshops, we are pleased to offer again in 2017.  We are looking for your input into the types of workshops and topics you’d like to attend at this year’s event.

Please take a moment to complete this quick 3 minute survey.

Last year’s workshops included:

  • An Introduction to Storyline
  • Better Than Bullet Points
  • Building a Strong Foundation
  • Digital Storytelling: Making Educational Videos That Speak to the Learner

We’re Excited for This Year’s Keynote – Julie DirksenJulie Dirksen

Julie Dirksen is an independent consultant and instructional designer who has more than 20 years’ experience creating highly interactive e-Learning experiences for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to innovative technology startups to major grant-funded research initiatives. Her focus has been on utilizing the disciplines of educational psychology, neuroscience, change management and persuasive technology to promote and support the improvement of peoples’ lives through sustainable long-term learning and behavioral change. She holds an M.S. degree in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University and has also been an adjunct faculty member at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.  She is the author of the book Design For How People Learn. She’s happiest whenever she gets to learn something new and you can find her online at
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We look forward to connecting with you before and during this year’s conference.

eACH (eLearning Alliance of Canadian Hospitals)