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D2L Fusion 2020

Health and Safety Statement

*Please check this page for updates as the COVID-19 situation evolves*

As we have navigated the ongoing uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 crisis, we have been grateful to our customers and partners for your endless support. Your kindness, knowledge, and talent have been immensely helpful in a difficult time for us all.

With the date of Fusion 2020 approaching, the safety and well-being of event participants continues to be our top priority. Having spent the past year preparing for the event with our steering committee, presenters, sponsors, and event partners, we were looking forward to seeing you in Anaheim this July. However, after much consideration—and based on guidance issued by the World Health Organization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the City of Anaheim—we have determined that an in-person event would be impossible this year and that it is necessary and in the best interests of our guests to hold Fusion 2020 virtually.

Moving Fusion 2020 online ensures that we are able to host an engaging and collaborative learning experience with peace of mind. While we will not all be together in person, we are fully committed to bringing you the absolute best Fusion experience possible. We are excited to share more details with you soon about our all-new virtual program. For questions that need immediate attention, please visit our FAQ page or contact

We would like to express our enormous gratitude to our Fusion 2020 steering committee, presenters, sponsors, event partners, and registrants for their support as we break new ground and prepare to host our conference online for the first time ever.