IDEAx 2015

Event:  IDEAx
Location: Longwood University, Farmville, VA
Date:  September 18th (day conference)
Audience: Higher education practitioners within the fields of learning sciences and professional development
Cost: FREE

The Instructional Development Educational Alliance Exchange (IDEAx) will hold this year’s meeting at Longwood University on September 18, 2015!  IDEAx is a new regional professional community for higher education practitioners within the fields of learning sciences and professional development. The goal of this community is to open the door for conversation on ideas and resources that can be shared to help design instruction and become a positive change agent in teaching and learning innovations.

Call for “Conversation Igniters” Proposals is now open: During the “Conversation Igniters” session, representatives from invited institutions will engage in a poster style session to ignite ideas and spark conversation. If your institution is interested in participating in this poster style session, please fill out the following application: Schools who have a representative on the IDEAx Advisory Board will be given preference. The deadline for submissions is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 2, 2015. Decisions regarding the inclusion of proposals will be made and communicated on Friday, September 4, 2015.

Registration for this event is now open at would like to thank the generosity of our sponsors for helping keep the cost of this conference completely free for participants.
Detailed information about the meeting and for planning your visit can be found at

Please feel free to forward this notice to other learning sciences and professional development practitioners at your institution and beyond.
Questions? Feel free to contact Samantha Blevins (Radford University) at:
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