2015 IDD@UGA Conference! August 21-22 in Athens, Georgia

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August 21-22, 2015

Instructional Design and Development students posing in front of projects

– 2015 Full IDD@UGA Conference Program (pdf) –

2015 Location
University of Georgia Hotel & Conference Center
1197 South Lumpkin Street
Athens, GA 30602-3603
Conference registration and hotel reservations – 706-542-2134, 800-884-1381

Overview
This two-day professional conference showcases innovative Instructional Design and Development (IDD) projects and eLearning design strategies. Sessions and demonstrations are presented by students, scholars, and professionals from a variety of contexts including corporate, industry, government, professional continuing education (e.g., medical), higher education, and others. Content includes practical, hands-on learning experiences that can immediately be applied to improve job performance as well as specific examples of client-based projects for real-world application. This is a low-cost, high-value event that is rich in content and in meaningful networking with established leaders. The event also serves as an annual orientation and professional networking event for UGA IDD students.
[See brief reflection/acknowledgements on IDD@UGA 2014]

 ~ New in 2015: Friday after-dinner social for alumni! ~
photo of IDD social gathering at restaurant

Featured Speakers
Tom Kuhlmann, Chief Learning Architect, Articulate GlobalTom Kuhlmann-resized

Facing 21st Century Instructional Design Challenges
Tom Kuhlmann brings to the table over 20 years’ experience in the training industry where he has developed hundreds of hours of eLearning and managed eLearning and training projects at Capital One, Washington Mutual, and Weyerhaeuser. He is the author of the popular weekly Rapid eLearning Blog, with over 100,000 subscribers. He holds a master’s degree in educational technology from Pepperdine University, where he researched how to cultivate communities of practice through the development of personal expertise. Tom currently oversees the highly-valued user community of Articulate, with a focus on building a passionate community of eLearning developers.

KeithBailey_0001cropped-resizedDr. Keith Bailey, Director, UGA Office of Online Learning

Instructional Design: The Difference between Good and Great!
Before joining UGA as director of the Office of Online Learning in 2013, Dr. Keith Bailey held teaching and leadership positions at Pennsylvania State University for 15 years. He created the continuous quality improvement process (eLCQ) at Penn State and established an eLearning Faculty Fellowship program in his most recent role as the assistant dean of Online Learning and Educational Technology. He also served as director of the eLearning Institute and assistant professor in the College of Arts and Architecture at PSU. He served on Penn State’s Online Coordinating Council, e-Education Council, and MOOC Strategy Team. At UGA Dr. Bailey has been a cutting-edge leader and advocate of innovation and standards in online programs.

Download the Conference Flyer pdf – IDD@UGA 2015  Conference Flyer pdf - IDD@UGA 2015

http://idd.uga.edu
Learning, Design, and Technology Program
Department of Career and Information Studies

REGISTRATION OPEN!Instructional Design and Development student posing with project

Full Registration  –   $164
Proposal Accepted or IDD Alumni  –  $129
Friday Only or Saturday Only  –   $109
UGA Faculty, Staff, & Students  –  $49

IDD Students & 1st-year IDD Alumni  –   Complimentary

Paid Workshops (register separately)  –    $39

Click to register at the IDD@UGA page on the UGA College of Education’s Events site.

Contact for more information:
Melanie Baer: mbaer@uga.edu or 706.542.4556
Beth Massey: bmassey@uga.edu or 706.542.8799

[HAVE IDEAS TO SHARE? SUBMIT A PROPOSAL! Deadline June 15
– Now Closed –

See details and submit your proposal at: http://tinyurl.com/iddproposal2]

The University of Georgia College of Education

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