TxDLA's Largest Annual Event

The Annual TxDLA Conference is one of the largest conferences focused primarily on distance learning in the nation, and the largest in Texas. It offers three days of outstanding professional development, hands-on and peer-to-peer learning opportunities, exploration of new trends through interactive learning environments, in-depth presentations from distance learning experts, inspiring keynotes, discovery of new products and services through our exhibits, and plenty of networking in a fun environment!

This conference is perfect for distance learning administrators, designers, instructors, producers, programmers, consultants, trainers, technicians, help desk supporters, or anyone who wants to come and learn, teach, and/or mentor in an incredibly comfortable networking environment.

2019 Conference Highlights
March 25-28, Galveston, Texas

The 2019 TxDLA Conference returns to the Moody Gardens Hotel in Galveston, Texas and features sessions focused on:

  • trends in educational technology
  • inspiring innovation
  • best practices
  • research
  • accessibility & universal design
  • cybersecurity and data analytics
  • faculty & student support
  • PK-12
  • educational outreach & workforce development
  • administration, leadership & policy
  • gamification & virtualization

Mark your calendars for March 25-28, and don’t miss out on the premiere distance learning conference in the state of Texas.

See Details about our Past (2018) Conference Held in Dallas, Texas

Why Attend the Conference?

Tony Tasillo

Manager of Educational Initiatives, Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)

The conference was AWESOME!  This was my first time to go, and I thoroughly enjoyed it and the many sessions.  I can hardly wait to go again next year.  TxDLA does a fabulous job and all the speakers I heard were so good and very informative. 

Patricia Maddox

SUPERnet Coordinator, SUPERnet Consortia (Schools United to Provide Enhanced Resources Network)

Learned so much and received some great resources and contacts.

Eric Nambo

Accessibility Specialist, Chemeketa Community College

Outstanding presentation that showcased the innovative process of developing a game to educate others on people of all abilities. The Q&A sparked some great conversations and collaborative opportunities. The thoughts voiced around the room were a breath of fresh air and a glimpse of what the next generation of educators have in store for the future.

Audra Brownlee

Distance Learning Director, South Central Kansas Distance Learning Network

Great discussions, talking points, and conversations with others. I enjoyed hearing from all the different participants, and loved having dialog with others! I was able to gain new ideas to take back. Thank you!

2017 Conference Attendee

Great session! Any session you walk away with practical, useful ideas is what makes TxDLA so great!