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D2L 2022 Events

Call for Presentation Proposals

Call for Proposals has now closed.

D2L presentation opportunities

D2L is committed to providing various in-person and virtual presentation opportunities to our customers, employees, and partners. Presenting at a D2L event or webinar provides you a chance to share your story and make sure your voice is heard.

Call for Proposals has now closed.

Why should you present at a D2L event?

This is your opportunity to share ideas, new industry trends on learning and development, thoughts on the future of modern learning in the workforce, and your pedagogical practices with your peers, or to highlight noteworthy projects.

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Important Information

Call for Proposals has now closed.

Key D2L Events:

  • D2L Fusion July 20-22

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Presenter Guidelines

  • You can create a draft, save it, and make changes to it  later. Once you submit your proposal for review, however, you cannot make further changes.
  • D2L will communicate with the lead presenter. The lead presenter coordinates all aspects of a presentation with any co-presenters.
  • D2L encourages presenters from different organizations to present together.
  • Lead presenters must invite their co-presenters individually so they can view and modify the proposal.
  • Please note that you may have only three co-presenters (for a total of four presenters).
  • All presenters must accept the stipulated terms and conditions.

Questions? Ask [email protected].

Presentation Formats

Events and presentation format options vary, but below are the most common presentation format options presenters can expect at D2L events:

Standard Presentation

This format allows you to present your topic in a traditional in-person setting or webinar.

Panel Presentation

This format features a group of presenters with a moderator in a traditional in-person setting or webinar. You will organize the panelists and facilitate the discussion.


Facilitators/presenters prepare questions and drive discussions that lead to in-depth debates and encourage audience members to give and receive feedback or share similar interests in a forum setting, for example, brainstorming sessions, roundtable conversations.

Five-Minute Flare

This presentation style comprises 15 slides, each of which is displayed for 20 seconds before automatically moving on to the next slide (similar to the PechaKucha format). Interesting visuals and fluid speaking are key to a successful Flare presentation.

Lightning Talk

This presentation is longer than a five-minute flare and shorter than a standard presentation. It is an opportunity to share high-level information about a topic.

Fusion Hangout

This 10-to-15-minute interactive activity showcases your organization in a special or unexpected way. In Fusion Hangouts, anything goes—stretching, meditation, drum demonstrations, team building, improv, culinary demonstrations, wellness tips, and so on.

Recommended Topics

D2L event programs will touch on hot topics and trends in edtech and the future of learning. We will give preference to proposals that touch on the suggested topics below.

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  • Accessibility and inclusive learning
  • Admin: Best practices with semester rollover (and course copying) in mind
  • Admin: Course lesson style guides (CSS, icons, page templates)
  • Admin: How to perform technical course quality reviews efficiently
  • Admin: Tools for building community and collaboration in your courses
  • Blended Learning for older learners
  • Blended Learning for professionals
  • Blended Learning for young learners
  • Certification programs
  • Certification and micro-credentialing
  • Change management with teachers, instructors, faculty, and trainers
  • Competency-Based Learning
  • Course Quality Improvement
  • Creating an integrated infrastructure
  • D2L Site Admins
  • Data and Analytics
  • Designing LMS for maintainability/scalability
  • DIY Analytics
  • Driving growth with learning
  • Engaging all learners
  • Exam Security and Delivery
  • Extensibility
  • Faculty and Trainer Development and Success
  • Gamification
  • How to engage with an online community efficiently
  • How to keep students and learners engaged
  • Implementation and Migration
  • Inclusive Learning
  • Innovation in Learning
  • Instructional Technology and Design
  • Leadership and organizational strategy
  • Learner engagement
  • Learner growth: Proficiency
  • Learning communities
  • Learning in the flow of work
  • Making Education and Training Accessible
  • Meeting the needs of today’s learners/learner engagement and success
  • Micro-Credentialing
  • Personalized learning
  • Popular D2L Features
  • Practical LMS Tips on a shoestring budget
  • Practical tips for healthy learner engagement
  • Staying ahead with strategy
  • Supporting learners with technology
  • Third-party solutions and extensibility
  • Use of AI in Assessment
  • Women in Leadership

Presentation Audience

We will give preference to proposals relevant to the core audience groups outlined below:

Audience Groups

Site Admin/IT


Instructional Designer/Technologist