I want to remind those of you who might be interested of a couple of opportunities to engage with us directly.
Today, members of ADL and Rustici Software will participate in a #lrnchat focused on learning technology standards. #lrnchat happens at 11:30am ET & 8:30pm ET every Thursday. #lrnchat is an online chat over the social messaging service Twitter that happens twice every Thursday, due to its popularity in the US and overseas. If you have a Twitter account, you should join us and follow @lrnchat for more information. Even if you don’t have a Twitter account, check out lrnchat.com and find out more about this global, cross-organizational learning event.
Next week, on Wednesday, January 19, there will be a Department of Defense ADL (DADL) Working Group meeting focused on the Future Learning Experience Project and, specifically, Project Tin Can. ADL’s Jason Haag will host the meeting and I’ll be joined by Mike Rustici and Ben Clark of Rustici Software to introduce what we’re up to with the project and answer any questions from the group. This virtual meeting is open to DADL Working Group members, and we’ll post the summary here on the Future Learning Experience Project blog.
If you are working with the US Department of Defense are are interested in being part of the DADL Working Group (to participate in this meeting and enjoy the many other benefits of this community-of-practice), you can join via LinkedIn.
If you can’t make either #lrnchat session today or the DADL meeting next week, please click here to find out how to get answers to your questions about the project and get involved.