The Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA) is a nonprofit, professional association formed to promote the development and application of distance learning in the Federal Government, in accordance with  Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code for Business Leagues and charted by the State of Ohio. Additionally, the Association actively fosters collaboration and understanding among those involved in leveraging technology and instructional media in support of the education and training needs of the Federal Government. 

Focused on supporting Federal Government agencies involved in distance learning, the FGDLA  encourages the application of all forms of distance learning media, as well as embracing innovative methods in  integrating instructional technologies to meet the training and education needs of the Federal Government. Our membership is derived primarily from individuals employed by the various agencies within the Federal Government. The FGDLA is a chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association
The Government Elearning Magazine is the official publication of the FGDLA.  To view the Winter 2015 "ezine" government edition, click here. Note: Archived versions available in the ​Resources section.
The FGDLA would like to acknowledge our Benefactor sponsors for their support of the Association. To view and learn about all of our sponsors supporting the Association, click on the Sponsorship link on the Main menu.
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New: FGDLA Launches the Government Learning Technology Symposium (GLTS) for 2016
Call for papers: If you are interested in presenting at the 2016 GLTS, click here. Click here for more information on the 2016 GLTS. The 2 day GLTS is FREE...no registration fees required.
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