Optimizing Project Management for Instructional Design in Higher Education
This enlightening panel session will delve into effective strategies for project management (PM) in instructional design, empowering your practice in higher education. Expert speakers from four higher ed institutions will guide you through invaluable advice for new IDs, transitioning from informal to optimized PM techniques, and the significance of system thinking in process improvement. Explore the various professional development opportunities, both formal and informal, to boost your project management skills.
As we envision the future of project management in higher ed, we’ll also discuss potential collaborative research areas. Whether you’re a novice instructional designer or an experienced educator looking to enhance your PM prowess, this webinar promises to inspire, educate, and shape your journey. Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your instructional design expertise!
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Instructional designers, Instructional technologists, Administrators, Faculty, Researchers
Key messages/takeaways that will help readers choose to attend:
- Identify key project management methods and techniques applicable to instructional design.
- Investigate various formal and informal learning opportunities to enhance your project management competencies.
- Engage in dialogue about potential research domains to help broaden your understanding in project management.