Are you ready to become a leader in instructional design and stand out in a competitive field?

The scope of instructional design (ID) is always growing and changing in the learning and development field. With a strong ID foundation, you can create high-quality learning materials that are customized to address the strengths and weaknesses of your learners. Instructional designers are key to systematically collecting data and determining if employees received the proper training on new topics and skills. If a course falls flat, it’s the instructional designer who can identify what went wrong and fix it to ensure learners are able to understand the lesson next time.

You can now become a master of ID at Learning Solutions 2023 Conference & Expo! Introducing the Instructional Design Summit: a series of 25 unique sessions carefully curated for those who are either new to ID or are looking to examine common trends and topics within the field to boost their current skill set. As part of your Learning Solutions 2023 registration, you’re able to mix and match with sessions on the general conference program and craft a unique experience to fit your professional development goals.

Here’s a sample of sessions you can expect to see this spring:

  1. The Basics of Design eLearning That Gets Results
  2. “Too Much Text!” But Is It? Research and Tips on Making Text-based Modules
  3. Upskilling Your Design Skills, Tools & Techniques
  4. Transforming What Your SMEs Know to What Your Learners Need
  5. Inclusive Learning Design: Diversity, Racial Equity, and Inclusion

View all 25 sessions.

Register for Learning Solutions 2023 to unlock all 25 sessions, in addition to 120+ world-class sessions, four empowering keynotes, a high-energy Expo, fun networking activities, and more! 

Plus, save $100 with a free Learning Guild membership.

(Your ID skill-building doesn’t stop there. You can enhance your ID experience even further when you register for The Learning Guild’s eLearning Instructional Design Certificate Program, happening on April 10 & 11 prior to the main conference.)