Instructional Designers as Agents of Change: Facilitating the Next Generation of Technology-Enhanced Learning

The demand for instructional designers in educational settings is stronger than ever, as institutions seek to leverage the use of technology across learning contexts – in classrooms, online, and everywhere in between. But are schools and colleges ready for innovation in learning? Where are we as designers headed as a profession and how do those who employ us see our role in advancing their organisations? How will our skill sets and responsibilities need to change in light of these perspectives? This session will explore the changing landscape for instructional design professionals in educational contexts and our potential to serve as change agents in the adoption of learning innovations.

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