Announcing Presentations and Activities at the MN Summit on Learning and Technology

August 3, 2023

8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Atwood Memorial Center, St. Cloud State University

Registration is now open for the 2023 Minnesota Summit on Learning and Technology, an offering of the Minnesota Learning Commons (MnLC) in coordination with Sourcewell.

This event is open to all educators from K-12 and higher education.

This year’s theme of “The Whole Learner” will introduce topics in lifelong learning and the technologies that accompany them. The Summit program is now available via Sched, featuring presentations and interactive experiences on:

  • artificial intelligence
  • virtual reality
  • digital accessibility
  • eSports
  • digital credentials
  • digital inclusion and equity in online learning
  • open educational resources
  • and more!


Registration is now available for the 2023 MN Summit on Learning and Technology. Reserve your spot today and stay tuned to the MnLC website for more event news and information!

Registration is $50 and includes access to all Summit activities, food, and refreshments.

Pre-Summit eSports Event
Wednesday, August 2

Are you staying overnight to attend the Summit the next day? Then stop in for food, networking, and pre-Summit festivities in the SCSU eSports Arena in Atwood Memorial Center from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 2. This pre-Summit event is open to all Summit attendees.

The MnLC extends special thanks to Bytespeed for sponsoring this pre-Summit event.


The Minnesota Learning Commons has a block of rooms reserved at the Kelly Inn Best Western located just north of the SCSU campus. To gain the discounted rate of $109, call the front desk and request a room in the “Minnesota Learning Commons Summit” block.

The MN Summit on Learning and Technology is an offering of the Minnesota Learning Commons, a partnership between Minnesota’s public education systems, to support educators teaching in online, blended, and digital learning environments. For more information, visit the MnLC Website.


For all Summit related questions, contact Mary Mehsikomer from Sourcewell.

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