June 2021 Newsletter
The Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN) launched its inaugural State of XR & Immersive Learning Outlook Report 2021. ICICLE is a partner.
May 2021 Newsletter
Participate in survey “What do Learning Engineers Do” for a research project that we are doing with the University of Dayton.
April 2021 Newsletter
Aaron Kessler, Senior Learning Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, joins us to speak about learning engineering and the teaching profession.
March 2021 Newsletter
Meg Benner, Managing Director at The Learning Agency, is joining us to speaking on The Learning Agency’s strategy and priorities on learning engineering.
February 2021 Newsletter
Bob Sottilare, Director of Learning Sciences at Soar Technology will be speaking on Adaptive Instructional Systems (AIS) and about the newly formed AIS Consortium.
January 2021 Newsletter
Erin Czerwinski, Product and Community Manager, Simon Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University. will share with us approaches and solutions that the Simon Initiative has developed using an interdisciplinary, learning engineering ecosystem.
December 2020 Newsletter
Jim Goodell published a post on Why Engineering is Needed for Scale describing how learning at scale needs both learning and engineering.
November 2020 Newsletter
Janet Koloder, Professor of the Practice and Co-Director, Boston College Lynch School, will share her experiences in directing the M.A. Program in Learning Engineering.
October 2020 Newsletter
Rachel Van Campenhout, Learning Science Specialist at Vital Source joins us to speak about a case study on how learning engineering guides improvement of adaptive activities.
September 2020 Newsletter
Check out the proceedings from the 2019 ICICLE Conference on Learning Engineering, a curation of papers, reflections, slide decks, demos, videos and brainstorming.
August 2020 Newsletter
Jessie Chuang, Corporate Group Chair, and Barish Golland published Learning Engineering: Improving Organizational Learning With Artificial Intelligence on how learning engineering can apply to the organizational learning context.