Instructional Design Professionals Conference
Call for Proposals
CFP Opens: March 6, 2023
Deadline for proposal submissions:
May 8, 2023
Notifications of acceptance sent by:
June 6, 2023
Accepting Proposals for:
- 60-minute concurrent sessions
- Poster presentations.
Live Event: August 22–23 | On Demand August 24–November 22
COURSE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
Sessions in this track explore the course design process and how to best work with faculty to determine learning outcomes and objectives, prioritize course content, and create meaningful assessments and assignments. Sessions might address program measurement including data collection, analysis and reporting, and impact.
COACHING AND CONSULTING
These sessions include best practices for coaching and consulting with faculty who need to fine-tune their teaching, adjust to a new modality, or understand a new technology.
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Sessions in this track support instructional designer professionals charged with running training programs (workshops, webinars, video tutorials) and explore best practices for participation, engagement, and collaboration.
DESIGNING INNOVATIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES
Sessions in this track explore innovations in learning design and education. Learn applicable evidence-based instructional strategies based on the principles of instructional design and learning theory. These include effective teaching methodologies in online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face courses; converting existing courses to a new modality; and inclusive learning design.
TECHNOLOGY, TOOLS, & TECHNIQUES
From learning management platforms to video, podcast, AI, and AR/VR, learn about technology, tools, and techniques used to create exceptional courses and materials. Sessions explore integrating innovative technology-enhanced course components to enhance learning across different delivery modes, and creating instructional resources.
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
With the complexity of faculty development roles and responsibilities at different institutions, sometimes our work doesn’t fit neatly into a single category. Submissions for this track represent topics not clearly defined in another track, such as effective communications techniques and professional growth and development.
- Session title and abstract
- Content and context
- Three literature references
- Engagement activities
If accepted, presenters must
- Submit an electronic version of their PowerPoint slides
- Agree to having the session recorded for on-demand use (check box for “Yes”).
- Submit a PDF version of their poster and .MP3 audio narration
- Register for the conference (discounted fee for presenters: $250.00)