Take out your calendars and mark the date – Registration for BbWorld 2011is now open! As you look ahead to next summer, I hope you’ll consider joining us in Las Vegas for our annual user conference, one of the best professional development opportunities of the year.

If you joined us in Orlando, it’s hard to forget the incredible opening keynote with Greg Mortenson and if you stayed till the end, you got to hear from Tom Vander Ark. And through the course of two and a half days in between, we kept you busy with dozens of sessions, networking opportunities and executive discussions, not to mention special receptions, that left you excited (and exhausted) and ready to head into the school year with best practices and new ways to deliver a more impactful learning experience at your institution.

Don’t you want to join us again?

This year we’ll be in Las Vegas at the Venetian Congress Center adjacent to the Venetian and Palazzo Hotels:

BbWorld 2011 is July 12-15
Blackboard Developers Conference is July 11-12. 

Registration is open and we’re happy to let you know that rates have stayed the same. We’ve also extended the premier and early bird pricing.

Attendees often tell us that some of the most rewarding moments of the conference come from client-led sessions, so now is the time to submit your presentation! Some of the perks of presenting during a session include sharing best practices with your peers, the opportunity to influence and enhance teaching and learning at other institutions, AND you’ll receive a discounted registration fee. The call for presentations is now open. For more information about the types of presentations available, guidelines and expectations and to submit, please visit the website: BbWorld

We are also happy to announce that hotel rate this year is the lowest it has been in several years. For additional hotel information, please click here.

More information will be available soon. In the meantime, bookmark our blog and join us on Facebook to catch up on all the BbWorld action.

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