By Louis DiPietro

Cornell Tech will host the 2022 ACM Conference on Learning at Scale beginning Wednesday, June 1. 

The three-day, hybrid conference gathers scientists and industry leaders in learning, computing, and data science who investigate digital learning environments that can support many learners, including online degree programs, mobile learning applications, intelligent tutoring systems, and more. 

Held in the Verizon Executive Education Center on Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus, this year’s conference centers around the theme of “Blending at Scale” and includes workshops, presentations, panels, and a keynote address from President Martha Pollack on Friday, June 3. Registration is open.

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Rene Kizilcec
Rene Kizilcec
“So much has happened in the education technology space over the last few years, and this will be our first in-person gathering since 2019,” said René Kizilcec, conference chair and assistant professor in Cornell University’s Department of Information Science. “I want the conference program to engage researchers, technologists, funders, policy makers, and members of the Cornell community. Together we can imagine the future of learning and work on making it a reality. The new Cornell Tech campus is an inspiring venue for this event.”