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ADL Initiative – I/ITSEC Papers and Tutorials Schedule

19 November 2018

I/ITSEC 2018 is rapidly approaching! The ADL Initiative is looking forward to sharing some of the ideas, research, and accomplishments of the past year. Join us for one or more of our sessions.

Papers:

Tuesday, 1400-1530 - S320A

Team Orlando: Community of Progress (Dr. JJ Vogel-Walcutt)

Wednesday, 0830-1000 - S320F

Total Learning Architecture: Moving into the Future (Brent Smith, ADL Initiative, P. Shane Gallagher, Ph.D., Institute for Defense Analyses, Sae Schatz, Ph.D., ADL Initiative, Jennifer Vogel-Walcutt, Ph.D., ADL Initiative)

Wednesday, 0830-1000 - S320A

The New Wave of Training Technology Standards (Robby Robson, Ph.D., Eduworks Corporation; Avron Barr, Institute for Defense Analyses)

Wednesday, 1030-1200 - S320D

Learning Analytics with an xAPI in a Multinational Military Exercise (Aaron Presnall, Ph.D., Vesna Radivojevic, Jefferson Institute)

Wednesday, 1030-1200 - S320A

PMSA-Leveraging Science and Technology to Launch Innovation in Learning (Kendy Vierling, Ph.D. USMC (Training and Education Command) TECOM, Sae Schatz, Ph.D. ADL Initiative, Amy LaFleur, USMC, Dwight Lyons, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies)

Thursday, 1030-1200 - S320E

Integrating Advanced Distributed Learning into Multinational Exercises (Maj Niclas Ljung, Maj. Tohmas Ax, Swedish Armed Forces, Aaron Presnall, Ph.D., Jefferson Institute, Sae Schatz, Ph.D., ADL Initiative)

Tutorials:

Monday, 1245-1415 - S310C

Tutorial: The Truth about Blockchains and How They Apply to Training (Robby Robson, Ph.D., Eduworks & Mike Hernandez, ADL Initiative)

Monday, 1430-1600 - S320D

Tutorial: Military Innovation for Learning (Jennifer Vogel-Walcutt, Ph.D., ADL Initiative)


We look forward to seeing you at I/ITSEC. Be sure to stop by booth #2471 to talk to our representatives about some of the programs, projects and focus of the ADL Initiative, as well as our NATO partners in Distributed Learning.