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Welcome to NWeLearn 2019! We are excited about his annual event. Here is some housekeeping information to navigate the event:
  • The conference is hosted in the Convention Center, a separate building next to the Riverhouse Hotel. You can walk there from the hotel by taking one of the paths that go under MT Washington Drive or drive directly there.
  • The Convention Center has two levels. Meals and main sessions will be held in the lower level and the breakout sessions will be held in the main or 1st floor.
  • Restrooms are in the 1st Floor across from Cascadia B.
  • The Thursday night, Networking & Hors D’oeuvres, will be held right after the last Thursday breakout session in the main entrance space by the fireplace on the 1st floor.
Feel free to ask any questions, post your experiences in the Slack Community site, nwelearn.slack.com, and upload your pictures to the NWeLearn Conference 2019 Google Photos site.
Thursday, October 17 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
You want me to do what?: Models of Cross-Institutional Peer Support and Investigation of Faculty Instructional Design Requests

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Instructional designers receive unusual and/or challenging requests. Sometimes these requests require the abilities to research, problem solve, and prioritize to offer quality service while maintaining positive relationships between faculty and instructional support professionals. Collaboration with colleagues across institutions presents an ideal way to navigate these complex requests. In this session, facilitators will engage participants in a group ideation activity to review strategies for managing requests and simulate the collaborative process.

For this session, participants should consider recent unusual and/or challenging instructional design requests for review and analysis. Attendees should plan to engage with colleagues across campuses and institutional types in a dialogue about approaching instructional design projects.

Session Objectives:
Participants will be able to...
  • identify and classify complex instructional design requests;
  • explore strategies for managing and processing instructional design requests; and
  • collaborate with cross-institutional peers and experience the group ideation process.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Waters

Todd Waters

Instructional Designer and Communication Faculty, Whatcom Community College
Todd Waters is Instructional Designer and Faculty at Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA. He is a doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership and Assessment at Northcentral University.
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Andrew Blick

Director of Technology, Planning, and Instructional Design, Outreach and Continuing Education, Western Washington University
Andrew Blick is Director of Technology, Planning, and Instructional Design in Outreach and Continuing Education at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. He is a doctoral candidate in Technical Communication and Rhetoric at Texas Tech University.


Thursday October 17, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Cascade C Riverhouse on the Deschutes

Attendees (6)