Last updated: October 26, 2020
Thanks to everyone who made the 2020 ELC a success!
This year's Educational Leadership Conference (ELC) was virtual, using a robust conference platform with many ways to learn and interact with other registrants and expert speakers. Over 1,100 attendees joined the live streaming keynotes and breakout sessions, live-chat with exhibiting sponsors and vendors in their online booths and network with thought leaders and colleagues.
Didn't make it to virtual ELC? There is still time to register for the recordings for $150 here. You'll be able to access:
- 35 session recordings
- 16 on-demand educational sessions
- 109 platform poster sessions
- You can review the ELC 2020 FAQ here.
If you were an ELC attendee, you can access the recordings through Thursday, November 19 at 5:00 p.m. ET.
You can receive 15 CEU hours from the conference sessions. To obtain continuing education credits (CEU), you can review the FAQ Document on the ELC 2020 virtual platform or see more details here.
Big thanks to ELC sponsors too. Please check them out!
Compliments of The Academy and ACAPT, we gave away complimentary registrations for ELC2021 and ELC2022 to winners who visited each exhibitor in the ELC2020 Virtual Exhibit Hall 1 & 2. Congrats to:
- Sarah Goncalves, PT, DPT (Michigan Medicine)
- Marisa Birkmeier, PT, DPT (George Washington University)
- Christine McCallum (Walsh University)
- Mayo Tillery (Concentra)
Congratulations to the winner of the ELC social media contest: Northeastern University! They won a $500 Uber Eats gift certificate sponsored by DxR Development Group.
Thanks and congrats also to the most active users during ELC who won Amazon gift cards:
- Nicole Stotts (Ingalls Memorial Hospital)
- Karen Berg (University of Michigan Flint)
- Michelle Donahue (Nazareth College)
- Tabitha Bonney-Rozeboom (Sharp Healthcare)
ELC conference highlights
Plan ahead: In 2021, join us at ELC in Atlanta, GA on October 22-24, 2021.