ICICLE 2019: Defining the future of learning engineering

This week I’ve been participating in the 2019 IEEE IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering (ICICLE) Conference at George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia. The event is a gathering of professionals from industry, academia, and government backgrounds investigating “Learning Engineering” as a profession, skill, and practice.

This is the first year, likely of many, for this conference and the output should be of interest to everyone involved in the learning space. This includes Instructional Designers, Software Developers, Subject Matter Experts, and everyone else that participates in the larger ecosystem of tools, strategies, technologies, and products intended to aid in learning and training. The end goal for this effort is to help create the rubric of skills needed to do more, and better, in the learning space. No matter our work product, understanding ICICLE’s constellation of topics will improve our collective ability to impact learners positively.

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