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First Fridays at 5: Join the conversation - drinks after work!

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Online STC IDL SIG

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Fairfax, VA 22030

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First Fridays at 5 is a social event for students and the Instructional Design & Learning (IDL) Special Interest Group (SIG).

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First Fridays at 5 is a social event for students and the Instructional Design & Learning (IDL) Special Interest Group (SIG) members happening the first Friday of the month.

Join at this link on the first Friday of the month at 5 pm Eastern. Please register for the event so we can stay in touch with you and send you friendly reminders.

We're giving our brains a rest in July. Grab your favorite beverage and join us for casual conversation.

This event is open to anyone interested in Instructional Design:

  • Students,
  • academics,
  • practitioners,
  • STC members,
  • STC non-members,
  • job seekers,
  • volunteers,
  • future volunteers,
  • curious explorers

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Fairfax, VA 22030

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Formed in 2000, our mission is to help STC members identify and develop knowledge and practical skills for designing, developing, and implementing technical instruction in electronic and traditional classroom settings. The SIG strives to promote sound design practices, provide information, and educate about instructional theory and research.

The primary goals of the IDL SIG are to:

  • Build the instructional design skills of members at all experience levels, leveraging the knowledge of experienced members to deliver formal and informal guidance to the community of practice.
  • Build the IDL SIG through a proactive combination of activities that includes member recognition, internal and external partnerships, and awareness activities.
  • Provide a form and mechanism for the free exchange of knowledge, ideas, and skills.

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Our mission is to help STC members identify and develop knowledge and practical skills for designing, developing, and implementing technical instruction in electronic and traditional classroom settings. The SIG strives to promote sound design practices and provide information and education about instructional theory and research.

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