How do I participate in the 2020 virtual Academic Nursing Leadership Conference (ANLC)?
The 2020 Academic Nursing Leadership Conference is open to the Dean/Director of AACN member schools of nursing as well as their Associate/Assistant Deans/Directors. This event is held as a month-long experience during October 2020 with a live online event October 18-20. Pre-registration is required for this event via the AACN website (www.aacnnursing.org/ANLC/registration) – an email with login and access information to the virtual event platform will be sent to registrants one week prior to the event start date.
How much does it cost to participate?
The registration fee is $399. Additional registrants from the institution receive a $30 discount.
What time will the virtual event be held?
All times listed in the program are Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Will session content be available on-demand after the conference?
Yes. Session content will be available on-demand after the event.
How will Q&A be facilitated during sessions?
Sessions offering Q&A will be facilitated using the live chat feature of the virtual platform. A moderator will be present to help navigate through the questions.
How can I connect and network with my peers during the event?
A variety of networking opportunities are provided throughout the event and will include group discussions via live video and chat meetings. Additionally, a virtual Networking Lounge will be made available allowing participants, vendors, and sponsors to connect with each other at their leisure.
Do I need to have a webcam for this event?
Although you do not need a webcam to attend virtual events, you’re encouraged to use your webcam during the breakout sessions to allow for a face-to-face experience with other participants.
Do I receive continuing nursing education credits for participation in this virtual event?
Yes. Continuing nursing education credits will be given to all conference participants via an online evaluation. AACN is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.