Written by: Leigh Graves Wolf
Primary Source: Leigh Graves Wolf – May 22, 2017
Yesterday I had the honor of presenting at the 2017 4T Virtual Conference. I am a tremendous fan of the conference and was honored that Liz Kolb and the 4T Virtual organizers asked me to be a keynote this year. I HIGHLY recommend that you take a look through the sessions that were presented this year (and the archives!) It is a treasure trove of online professional development.
My keynote was titled: What is it you do again? Discussing the intents, purposes & vocabularies surrounding learning design. The idea was prompted by a conversation I had recently with a colleague and in my talk I attempt to construct an argument for defining our work and remaining critical as we engage and define our profession as “learning designers” (or Educational Technologists, Instructional and Information Technology Manager, Program Support Specialists, Academic Specialists, Digital Coachs, Technology Guides, etc.)
I provided a virtual handout to go along with my talk which you can find here:
The recording of the session can be found here: http://bit.ly/4TWolf-Recording
(requires Blackboard Collaborate) and the slides are embedded below.
In my session, I invited the audience to continue the collaboration and discussion – and I would like to do the same here. If you’re interested in collaborating on an article around this topic, please let me know!
Thanks again to all who attended, to my moderator Kevin Upton and to the 4T Virtual sponsors who make this incredible (FREE) event possible.
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