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Wednesday, May 23 • 12:45pm - 1:20pm
Ask a Learning Designer: Tactics to Enhance Your Courses

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Have you heard about instructional design, but you’re not sure exactly what it is or how it might be useful in your courses? Are you an instructional or learning designer interested in our Learning Designer Community at Northwestern? Come to this session to learn more about learning design as a discipline and the benefits of partnering with a learning designer. We will start with a panel, then move to facilitated small group conversations where you can get personalized feedback from one of our community members on how to address your course design challenges. The Northwestern Learning Designer Community's mission is to establish and cultivate a thriving instructional design community that engages in collective inquiry into best practices that reach across all disciplines of study represented at Northwestern University. The round table facilitators for this session are Alyssa Dyar, Shannon Leftwich, Rick Salisbury, Derek Thurber, and Lei Zhao.

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Heather Haseley

Learning Engineer, Teaching & Learning Technologies, Northwestern University


Reginald Jackson

Senior Learning Engineer, Integrated Marketing Communications & Teaching and Learning Technologies, Northwestern University
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Bryan Libbin

Director of Curricular & Academic Technology Administration, School of Communication, Northwestern University

Laura Seul

Instructional Designer, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University
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Krissy Wilson

Learning Designer, Distance Learning, Northwestern University

Wednesday May 23, 2018 12:45pm - 1:20pm
RB 150

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