NERCOMP's 2015 Instructional Design Symposium
Date: Jan 23, 9am - 3pm
Location: Southbridge, MA
NERCOMP is accepting proposals for its 2015 conference from now until Oct 17.
The 2015 NERCOMP Annual Conference knows we're "In IT Together," so submit a proposal to showcase solutions and strategies.
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