Call for Papers Open for Government Learning Technology Symposium
Deadline: June 29, 2018
Tell your story to your peers in the Federal Government Training Profession
FGDLA has announced that the call for papers is now open for the Federal Government Distance Learning Association’s (FDGLA) Government Learning Technology Symposium. GLTS is slated for November 29-30, 2018 at the Washington Convention Center. “We are happy to host the GLTS as a free conference program for government personnel engaged in distance learning, e-learning, and any technology enabled learning initiative. We invite federal employees and contractors to share their best practices by submitting a call for paper,” reports Dr. Jolly Holden, Executive Director, FGDLA and GLTS Conference Chair.
GLTS 18’s theme is Learning Technologies in the Federal Government. Previous event speakers included leaders from Department of Justice, Department of Treasury, FBI, NASA, NATO, ADL, National Parks and Recreation and many others. GLTS18 will feature 2-days of conference sessions and share an exhibit hall with Government Video Expo. GLTS18 is hosted at the Washington D.C. Convention Center. We welcome presenters on topics related to distance learning, e-learning, instructional design, learning trends, emerging technologies, best practices in learning, Mobile, Video and Virtual Learning.
Call for Papers Deadline: June 29, 2018
For further information, contact:
Dr. Carla Lane, GLTS Program Chair
Submit your idea below!
GLTS is a free two-day conference for government personnel. Uniquely focused on the needs of Federal Government distance learning professionals, GLTS provides a venue for professionals to make connections, discuss the latest developments, and identify new regulations and trends that affect our industry. If you are involved in learning, talent development, mission execution, HR services, project management, team training and leadership, you should attend GLTS.
This symposium is geared toward all Government and Military professionals involved in distance learning, such as:
* education and training facilitators
* instructional design and systems professionals
* training systems designers and developers
* job performance support professionals
* multimedia developers
* course-ware developers
* directors and managers
The GLTS is co-located with Government Video Expo (GV Expo), held at the Washington D.C. Convention Center, Nov. 28-29, 2018. The GV EXPO is the East Coast’s largest technology event designed for video, broadcast, and AV professionals. The GLTS is produced by the FGDLA and includes two days of consecutive sessions featuring presentations on instructional design, video and animation design for distance learning, LMS integration, 508 Accessibility Compliance, Learning Record Stores, and much more.
About Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA)
The Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA) is a nonprofit, professional association formed to promote the development and application of distance learning in the Federal Government, in accordance with Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code for Business Leagues and charted by the State of Ohio. Additionally, the Association actively fosters collaboration and understanding among those involved in leveraging technology and instructional media in support of the education and training needs of the Federal Government.
Focused on supporting Federal Government agencies involved in distance learning, the FGDLA encourages the application of all forms of distance learning media, as well as embracing innovative methods in integrating instructional technologies to meet the training and education needs of the Federal Government. Our membership is derived primarily from individuals from individuals employed by the various agencies within the Federal Government. The FGDLA is a chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association. employed by the various agencies within the Federal Government. The FGDLA is a chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association. Learn more at: www.fgdla.us