Events

Announcing iFest 2017


April 24, 2017

ADL's Norway and Finland Partnership Centers are members of the Nordic Defense Cooperation and ...


ADL will be hosting its fourth Competency and Credentialing Community of Practice webinar on Thursday, 15 December


Uniquely focused on the needs of Federal Government distance learning professionals, this event provides a venue for us to make connections, discuss the latest developments, and identify new regulations and trends that affect our industry.


November 28, 2016

ADL will be participating in the Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) which is the world's largest modeling, simulation, and training conference.


DISC and ADL will kick off a research effort that will inform a Learning Record Store (LRS) software certification program.


Jonathan Poltrack and Dr. Robby Robson will be speaking during a webinar sponsored by the Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA), Elearning! and Government Elearning! Magazines on 13 October


This Competency Technical Working Group Meeting is focused on the Competency and Skills System (CASS) assertion processing.


ADL will be hosting its third Competency and Credentialing Community of Practice webinar on Tuesday, 13 September.


Dr. Sae Schatz to provide keynote address on day 2 of conference


Jonathan Poltrack to lead xAPI Workshop


This Competency Technical Working Group Meeting is focused on the Competency and Skills System (CASS) Profile Manager concept and reference implementation.


ADL will be participating in the IMS Quarterly meeting from 15-18 August


ADL is hosting a kickoff webinar for a newly awarded project that will be performing research and development around xAPI conformance.


This Competency Technical Working Group Meeting is focused on installing the Competency and Skills System (CASS) reference implementation.


ADL will be hosting its second Competency and Credentialing Community of Practice webinar on Thursday, 21 July.


Dr. Schatz will co-present with Dr. David Fautua, Julian Stodd, and Emilie Reitz on their research paper titled ...


Dr. Schatz to lead workshop Ubiquitous, learner-centric, technology enabled instruction.


Dr. Schatz will provide a presentation titled, A Vision for Future Learning Technology and Science, as part of ASU's Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning 2016 Colloquium Speaker Series.


ADL is ready to engage the community as we begin to incorporate the work of the many experts and organizations already involved in competency-based education and training.


ADL's Director, Dr. Sae Schatz, and ADL's Norway Partnership Center Director, Commander Geir Isaksen, will participate in the panel, Bi-lateral Agreements Facilitating Working Cooperatively, which is chaired by Dr. Elaine Raybourn.


Dr. Elaine Raybourn will be chairing the panel titled, Innovations Beyond Traditional Training.


Dr. Elaine Raybourn will provide a presentation titled, Next Generation Learning Ecosystems.


Dr. Sae Schatz will present a keynote address, Emerging Technologies and the Future of Military Learning, at the NORDIC ADL Conference in Tuulusa, Finland.


Dr. Sae Schatz to present at MODSIM World Lifelong Learning Workshop


Dr. Sae Schatz Moderator at MODSIM World - Innovation in Action: Real Applications of Emerging Learning Science and Technology


As part of the Training and Education Track at MODSIM World, Dr. Elaine Raybourn will present on her paper, A Metaphor for Immersive Environments: Learning Experience Design Challenges and Opportunities.


Dr. Sae Schatz Panelist at MODSIM World - The Simulation Century: Force of the Future


Peter Berking (ADL Senior Instructional Designer) to present at Learning Solutions.


Craig Wiggins (ADL Community Manager) to present at SXSW.


Craig Wiggins (ADL Community Manager) to present at SXSWedu


Dr. Sae Schatz to speak at the 2016 Human Systems Conference


The Hour of Code is an initiative to introduce computer science to kids through simple programming games.


The Hour of Code is an initiative to introduce computer science to kids through simple programming games.


The Hour of Code is an initiative to introduce computer science to kids through simple programming games.


Participants will explore the Sandbox from a multi-user perspective, learn to author a 3D game environment from the Sandbox's open-source library, and leave with a new tool to continue game development from home or school.


The Virtual World Sandbox lets you collaboratively author and deploy 2D/3D simulations and games via any internet connection—with absolutely no software installation required.


Quad Charts will provide relevant information related to proposed Research and Development.


Transmedia (Social) Learning in the Wild: DoD Skillbridge for Transitioning Service Members


A Reference Model for Designing Mobile Learning and Performance Support


Embedded Cyber-Physical Systems for Assessing Performance in Training Simulations


The Changing Face of Military Learning


Opening Legacy Data Silos:Using Experience Data for Educational Impact


Virtual World Sandbox PlugFest


Elevate Your Instruction: Practical Tactics to Maximize Military Learning


Transmedia Learning in the Wild: Supporting Military Training Through Story-Driven Engagement





Upcoming Events

iFest 2017

July 31 - August 2 2017


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