Frequently Asked Questions

for Connected Learning Summit 2022

We are offering three registration tiers: $50 for students, $100 for educational practitioners, and $250 for academic and industry participants. We will be piloting a year-round model of offering workshops and webinars on Whova for the CLA community. By registering for CLS2022 you will also become a member of the CLA with access to these events throughout the year.

Register for CLS2022

  • We do accept checks.

During the registration checkout process select ‘Pay by check’ from the ‘Payment Method’ dropdown. Continue checking out as usual. Follow instructions below for mailing the check.


Connected Camps


Connected Camps

27622 Vista De Dons

Capistrano Beach, CA, 92624


Include “CLS2022” and order number on memo line of check.

If you want to share and demo your tech innovation, please submit a Showcase proposal. Showcases can also include proposals in the genres of Well Played and Hall of Failure. Please note in your proposal whether your proposal fits one of these genres.

Well Played. In-depth presentations that focus on the experience of playing through specific video game titles or other media, featuring detailed, live analysis that explicates the interplay of design characteristics and user experience. Sessions are invited to explore a range of issues such as narrative development, user interface and specific populations, character design, aesthetics, or other mechanics.
Hall of Failure. Adopted and adapted from the practice of doing post-mortems after video game launches, our Hall of Failure sessions feature candid discussion of lessons learned in research and/or design projects.

We do not have an open submission process for workshops and symposia this year given the limited amount of programming we are able to support. We welcome suggestions on workshops, panels and symposia, as well as keynote speakers. Please offer suggestions using this form.

We have decided to continue CLS as an online event for the foreseeable future given concerns about COVID and the climate crisis, as well as to keep the event accessible. We will be considering hybrid formats in the future. Our first online year in 2021 saw the largest number of participants we have ever had for CLS, with a large growth in non-U.S. participants, and a higher proportion of students. We learned a lot from the event last year, and have made many changes for 2022 based on these learnings. We will be running the event in a more compressed timeframe to help focus attention. We will also be limiting the number of panel-type presentations in favor of topical networking meetups. We are now hosting CLS on the online platform Whova.