This podcast series is produced and sponsored by the IEEE ICICLE. IEEE ICICLE is a volunteer professional organization committed to the development of Learning Engineering as a profession and as an academic discipline. ICICLE is part of the IEEE Standards Association's (IEEE-SA) Industry Connections (IC) program. ICICLE stands for IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering.
In these podcasts experts will discuss topics pertinent to the research and application of Learning Engineering. Learning Engineering is a process and practice that applies the learning sciences using human-centered engineering design methodologies and data-informed decision making to support learners and their development.
You can learn more about ICICLE and Learning Engineering at the IEEE ICICLE website.
1 - What is Learning Engineering?
Hundreds of people from many different disciplines have participated in ICICLE efforts and events over the past nearly four years, people well versed in instructional design, data architecture, xAPI, online learning, corporate training, adaptive instructional systems, and many more. This episode of the IEEE Learning Engineering Podcast explores what we mean by Learning Engineering.
Featured on this episode are:
• Michelle Barrett, VP of Research and Learning Engineering at Edmentum
• Jim Goodell, Chair, Learning Engineering Academic Curriculum and Competencies SIG, Sr. Analyst at (QIP) Quality Information Partners
• Aaron Kessler, Chair, Learning Experience Design SIG, Senior Learning Scientist at MIT
Your host is Michael Jay, Chair, IEEE ICICLE, CEO of MatchMaker Education Labs PBC