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ETUG 25th Anniversary Conference 
June 20 & 21, 2019
Thompson Rivers University 
**Parking - It’s best to park in Lots J, K or N. Parking on campus is $5.00/day and free after 5:00pm.**
Keynote’s on Day 1 & 2 as well as Gasta Session are available on Livestream - Link to watch.
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Friday, June 21 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Instructional Designers: Superheros of the future LIMITED

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When many of us started out as Instructional Designers the job description included things like: Apply adult learning principles, effective communication, be on top of the latest trends in ed tech and project management. Flash forward to today and you’ll see a different picture of what it takes (or will take) to be an ID. Beyond the job description, we are relationship builders, advocates, innovators, leaders, technicians, researchers, and we could go on. Now, and in the future, we are all of those things - while also continually extending our capacity to take on numerous roles in order to create the best possible learning experience for students.


In this session, we will explore what all of the current expectations are, how we manage them and what that means for the future. It will be an interactive session where will build a picture of what the ‘ID of the future’ looks like. Collectively we’ll build a toolkit of some practical resources and share tips on how to be this ‘ID superhero’ of the future.


“Let’s rewrite some history, shall we?” —Captain Marvel

Link to Presentation Google Slides.  


Speakers
avatar for Krista Lambert

Krista Lambert

Designer: Learning or Instructional, Justice Institute of British Columbia
avatar for Helen Lee

Helen Lee

Instructional Designer, Justice Institute of British Columbia
avatar for Melanie Meyers

Melanie Meyers

Program Director, Justice Institute of British Columbia
Senior Instructional Designer, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation (CTLI) at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC)


Friday June 21, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm PDT
Terrace Room - Rm 250 Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, Canada