Wondering What's New for 2023?

You’ve come to the right place! Since the Learning Solutions program offers so many exciting events and activities under the same roof, we wanted to make sure you don’t miss the new features we have in store for 2023:

April 12 – 14

The Instructional Design Summit offers 25+ carefully curated sessions for both beginners and seasoned professionals looking to boost their skill sets. The Summit is included in your Learning Solutions conference experience, so you can mix and match Summit sessions with those on the general conference program to craft a unique experience that fits your goals.

April 10 & 11

If you’ve ever stared at the screen stuck about what to write, how to organize your thoughts, or how to make dry content more interesting, this is the program for you. The Learning Guild’s eLearning Instructional Design Certificate Program, led by the owner of Artisan E-Learning Diane Elkins, is a comprehensive, two-day workshop that provides effective strategies to help you design eLearning courses with a laser focus on what your learners need to do differently, better, and/or faster…and how to help get them there.

Speed Networking

April 11, 4:30p – 5:30p

Start your Learning Solutions experience early with this fast-paced, network-building activity: Speed Networking! This is your chance to meet and connect with multiple peers, learn about L&D work, careers, projects, and technology, and maybe even find a new colleague to add to your Personal Learning Network (PLN).

Game Night

April 12, 6:30p – 8:30p

End your first official day at Learning Solutions with an epic Game Night where you’ll get to see Guild Masters battle it out in our inaugural Guild Master Feud! Inspired by the classic TV show, teams of Guild Masters will go head-to-head to see who can come up with the most popular answers to fun and informative questions from the Guild community.

Following the Feud, you’ll get to mingle with your peers and try your hand at both popular and unique games that are guaranteed to not only provide entertaining challenges but allow you to discuss game design and its impact on learning.