DevLearn 2017 Conference & Expo

Send Masters of Science students from Instructional Technology to present at the industry's premier networking event.

DevLearn 2017 A Project of Bloomsburg University Foundation, Inc.

The Future Starts Now.

*The 2017 DevLearn Page is no longer accepting donations. To support sending students to the 2018 DevLearn Conference and Expo, please click here.

Each fall, several students from the Master of Science in Instructional Technology program are selected to attend the DevLearn Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Students studying Instructional Technology are captivated by possibilities posed by new technologies and inventive learning and performance solutions. The DevLearn 2017 Conference & Expo is North America's #1 platform of instructional technology innovation.

As students, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to gain insight from leaders in our field and present our work to industry leaders.

While The Department of Instructional Technology has been able to fund a number of conferences through various resources in the past, times are tight and funding is not always available for our classmates and future Huskies to have the same amazing opportunities.

For more information about DevLearn 2017, please visit the conference web page.

By making a donation you can give students a chance of a lifetime and increase the visibility of the Bloomsburg University's premiere Instructional Technology program.

Help a Husky

Our goal is to raise $10,000! This will allow 8 to 10 of our classmates to attend the DevLearn 2017 Conference & Expo on October 25-27.

We are hoping to exceed this goal and raise more than $10,000 so that the department will have the funds to send students from both the educational and corporate tracks to this and other engaging conferences throughout the academic year.


Gifts made through TakeActionBU.org are tax-deductible as allowed by law. All donations made through this project will be used to support students in the Master's of Science in Instruction Technology program at Bloomsburg University of PA.

$6,355 Raised
63% towards $10,000 Goal

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