By Jannetta Lamourt, IDL SIG Social Media manager
The IDL SIG maintains accounts on three social media platforms:
Don’t forget to follow and like these accounts. Feel free to share our pages and groups with friends and family and co-workers. The information we share is often open to the public – or even better, it may encourage others to join our group! Continue reading “Getting the most out of IDL SIG social media”
By Marcia Shannon, Membership Manager
Hello to all of our IDL SIG members, and thank you for joining us!
Joining or rejoining STC and IDL during the many distractions of end of year indicates your belief in the benefits from those memberships. Despite the worldwide upheavals caused by the pandemic, IDL was still the place to come for education and networking. Continue reading “A note from the Membership Manager”
By Edel Pace, STC student member
Editor’s note: This article is one of the winners of the 2022 IDL SIG Student Outreach Article-writing Competition, and will be published in intercom‘s May/June 2022 issue. Congratulations, Edel!
The field of instructional design is rewarding if you have a passion for producing content for learners to succeed. Instructional design is the art of designing and iterating learning experiences and curricula to meet the learner’s needs. Continue reading “Becoming An Instructional Designer”
By Ruth-Anne Klassen, STC student member
Editor’s note: This article is one of the winners of the 2022 IDL SIG Student Outreach Article-writing Competition, and will be published in intercom‘s May/June 2022 issue. Congratulations, Ruth-Anne!
Many of us have preconceived notions about each generation’s work ethic, knowledge, experience, and commitment to the organization. This article examines the depth of groups present in the workforce, focused on Generation Z, the issue of ageism and how to address it, and ideas for working with people of different ages. Continue reading “Respect and the Multi-Generational Workplace”
By Jamye Sagan, IDL SIG Treasurer
How much money do we have?
As of March 25, 2022, we have $1,937.92 in our account: $1,645.00 from community funding and $292.92 in our vested funds. Continue reading “IDL SIG Treasurer Report for Q1 2022”