Modern circumstances put a great emphasis on tackling issues around how teaching and learning happen. This July, for the fifteenth consecutive year, Learning Design Summer Camp (LDSC) will bring together the Penn State community to work on those issues.
In 2020, LDSC is scheduled for two half-day virtual format sessions on July 20 and 21. As in years past, the camp will be an informal, University-wide effort to explore innovative and creative ways to improve teaching and learning at Penn State. Registration for LDSC is free, open now, and will be available until July 14.
The University’s learning design community, including instructional designers, instructional production specialists, librarians, educational technologists, educational web and multimedia developers, and faculty, are cordially invited to register for this year’s online version of LDSC.
LDSC 2020 is a community partnership across the University including Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), John A. Dutton e-Education Institute, Smeal College of Business e-Learning Design Innovation Group (eLDIG), Center for Teaching Excellence at Penn State Harrisburg, World Campus Learning Design, College of Agricultural Science’s Digital Education group, College of Arts and Architecture’s Office of Digital Learning, College of IST Learning Design, Office of the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses, and University Libraries.