Instructional designers, educational technologists, instructional production specialists, librarians, educational web and multimedia developers, and faculty across Penn State are invited to sign up for the 2019 Learning Design Summer Camp (LDSC).
Registration for the free annual event is open now, and this year’s edition of LDSC is scheduled for July 23 in Chambers Building on the University Park campus. Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) will host the camp in partnership with Business eLearning Design and Innovation Group, Center for Teaching Excellence at Harrisburg Campus, College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) Office of Learning Design, Information Technology Learning and Development (ITLD), John A. Dutton e-Education Institute, Department of Statistics, University Libraries, and World Campus Learning Design.
The theme for this year’s LDSC is “Back to the Future: Looking back, moving forward” and it will help focus discussions on what Penn State’s learning design community has done, current efforts, and what will be done in the future. The camp is informal and community-based by design in order to encourage the sharing of information and ideas about how to reshape the way learning happens at the University.