ADD: Assessing, Designing, and Developing E-Learning

Special Interest Group
The SIG will promote activities for future E-Learn conferences, including suggestions for invited speakers and symposia. It provides a marketplace for joint research projects and offers publications opportunities in form of special issues and edited volumes.

SIG Meeting at E-Learn 2014

Posted Nov. 21, 2014 7:19 p.m. by StefaniePanke

During AACE E-Learn 2014, Curtis Ho and I had the pleasure of organizing the SIG meeting of the group ‘Assessing, Designing and Developing E-Learning’. With a total of 50 participants, we were extremely pleased with the turnout. We had a great mix of instructional designers, educational technology researchers, developers and educators. During the meeting, we discussed problems that we share and things we can learn from one another.

Didn’t attent E-Learn 2014?

Read the conference report in the Educational Technology and Change Journal and check out the links to the recordings of keynotes and invited speakers: http://etcjournal.com/2014/11/14/who-dat-its-e-learn-2014-come-learn-share-connect/

SIG Web Presence

Good news: AACE will set up a web environment for the Special Interest Groups that allows each group to present its members, focus and activities. We will keep you posted on the progress.

Inventory of Instructional Design Problems - Initial Brainstorming

During the meeting, we collected these 4 challenges:

SIG Activities

During the special interest group meeting several people suggested collaboration ideas.

Do you want to join one or more of the activities sketched out above? Are you interested in leading the effort on any of these activities? Please contact me by email (panke@sog.unc.edu) or through LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/ADD-ELearning-6537526/about

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