WASHINGTON — Do you have a story to tell about distance learning?
The Federal Government Distance Learning Association has put out a call for papers for the Government Learning Technology Symposium (GLTS), held in conjunction with the 2018 Government Video Expo this Nov. 29 and 30.
The symposium is looking for those government personnel engaged in either distance learning, eLearning or any technology-enabled learning initiative who are interested in sharing their best practices with the community.
That is, in fact, the theme for the 2018 symposium itself: Learning Technologies in the Federal Government. The symposium is geared toward government and military professionals involved in distance learning, including education and training facilitators, instructional design and systems professionals, multimedia developers, and directors and managers.
Previous event speakers included leaders from Department of Justice, Department of Treasury and FBI. This year, GLTS18 will feature two days of conference sessions and share an exhibit hall with Government Video Expo, which is the East Coast’s largest technology event designed for video, broadcast and AV professionals.
The call for papers deadline is coming up: June 29. More information can be found by contacting Dr. Carla Lane, GLTS program chair at 1-949-369-3867 or CarlaLane@aol.com.