DLAC Application Process 2022-2024

Applications may be completed online and are due by midnight on August 19, 2022. A team of distance learning experts and OTAN staff will review applications. The application process includes ALL of the following:

1. Section Completed by Team Member/Applicant

2. Section Completed by Administrator

Important Note
Your online session will time-out after 60 minutes of inactivity, therefore we recommend that responses be written in MS Word, then copied and pasted into the correct field. Save each page of your application. You can always return to your application to complete any unfinished tasks.
A copy of the questions is available through this document. Use it to compose your answers, then copy and paste them into your application.

Your Digital Leadership Academy application account is designed to match you (teacher/applicant) with your nominating administrator and vice-versa. It is important that the Digital Leadership Academy team communicate and share their team application information and completion status.

The application database will join the applicant and administrator sections together. You may return to your application at any time to make changes or revisions until individual applications are submitted by the team. After participant applications are submitted, they can no longer be revised. The final team application must be submitted by the agency administrator prior to the August 19, 2022 deadline date. Both applicant and administrator must create an Digital Leadership Academy account.

NOTE to all applicants and nominating administrators: The Digital Leadership Academy is supported by the California Department of Education, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, Title II: Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, Sections 201–243 of Public Law 113–128, Program Year 2022-2024. All Digital Leadership Academy activities are contingent upon continued funding.