WASHINGTON — The deadline is fast approaching to submit papers for the 2018 Government Learning Technology Symposium (GLTS).
The symposium will run alongside the 2018 Government Video Expo, scheduled for Nov. 28 and 29 in Washington. If you have an insider story or unique insights about working in the government training space, the organizers of the symposium want to hear from you.
Technology up for discussion includes distance learning, instructional design, interactive technologies, gaming, learning management systems and more.
The symposium is produced by the Federal Government Distance Learning Association, which is hosting GLTS as a free conference program for government personnel engaged in distance learning, e-learning, and any technology-enabled learning initiative. “We invite federal employees and contractors to share their best practices by submitting a call for paper,” said Dr. Jolly Holden, executive director of FGDLA and GLTS conference chair.
GLTS 18’s theme is Learning Technologies in the Federal Government.