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Illinois Extension Crop Management Conferences

Todd Gleason

University of Illinois Extension

January 5, 2024
Recommended citation format: Gleason, T. "Illinois Extension Crop Management Conferences." University of Illinois Extension, January 5, 2024. Permalink

Make the most informed decisions you can for your farm by getting the latest research updates from crop science experts at University of Illinois. Crop producers, consultants, industry professionals, and students are invited to the 2024 Crop Management Conference series in person or online.

Seven continuing education units (CEUs) are available for Certified Crop Advisers covering a broad range of crop production topics at in-person events. Additional CEUs are available by accessing the online-only content available Feb. 16 to April 30.

If a reasonable accommodation is needed to participate, or for more information, contact Megan Weber at megannr2@illinois.edu. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting accessibility needs.

Choose from three in-person locations

Three in-person sessions are being offered around Illinois:

  • Feb. 1: CollinsvilleRegister by Jan. 25 for early-bird rate.
  • Feb. 7: Champaign. Register by Jan. 31 for early-bird rate.
  • Feb. 15: Sycamore. Register by Feb. 8 for early-bird rate.

Details:

  • Cost is $80 if you register by the early bird date; $100 after that date.
  • Student cost is $20. Must bring student ID to program to verify.
  • Sessions are 45 to 50 minutes long.
  • Lunch is included.
  • Participants who attend in person also have access to online sessions, available from Feb. 16 to April 30.

Online Conference

Registration for the online conference is available until March 15.  Registrants will have access to the presentations from Feb. 16 to April 30.

  • Cost is $50.
  • Certified Crop Advisers may earn CEU credit by viewing the online presentations and completing the corresponding quizzes to access the QR code.
    • Presentations run 25 to 50 minutes long.
    • Sessions will be worth 0.5 to 1.0 CEUs, accordingly.

Online participants must access the content through their Learn @ Illinois Extension account.

New users:

  • If you do not already have an account on Learn @ Illinois Extension, we will create one for you with the email provided for registration. The week of Feb. 12 to 16, you will receive an email with a temporary password. Change this password upon the first login. Once logged in, you will find the conference accessible under the “My Courses” tab at the top of the page, available from Feb. 16 to April 30.

Existing users:

  • If you already have an account on Learn @ Illinois Extension and used the same email address associated with your account to register for the conference, you can log in using your existing credentials. If you have forgotten your password, it can be reset on the login page by clicking ‘Lost Password’. Once logged in, find the conference accessible under the “My Courses” tab at the top of the page, available from Feb. 16 to April 30.
  • If you already have an account on Learn @ Illinois Extension but used a different email address to register for the conference, a new account will be automatically registered with a temporary password sent to their email. The password must be changed upon first login. Once logged in, the conference will be accessible under the “My Courses” tab at the top of the page, available from Feb. 16 to April 30.
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