The 2017 ATD International Conference & Expo is just around the corner, and every year it feels like there is so much more to see and do.With over 400 speakers and exhibitors, in addition to more than 300 sessions, this expo has a lot to offer for everybody.
We thought it would be helpful to highlight a few of the things we are looking forward to at this year's conference.
1. All of the Learning Opportunities
One of the best parts about the ATD expo is the fact that it attracts the best and brightest, both as speakers and as attendees. This four-day conference is rich with educational content and ideas that every organization can put into action.
The content tracks that attendees have the chance to learn about at this year's conference, include:
- Career Development
- Global Human Resource Development
- Human Capital
- Instructional Design
- Leadership Development
- Learning Measurement and Analytics
- Learning Technologies
- Training Delivery
- Science of Learning
2. 31 Sessions on Instructional Design
It's not often that you find a conference with 31 sessions devoted to instructional design tips and best practices. With topics on everything from beating the Ebbinghaus Learning Curve to activating informal learning at work, every session has insight for more effectively developing, measuring and executing instructional design.
4. Anthonie Wurth
Mindmarker founder and former Olympic Athlete, Anthonie Wurth's presentation offers expert tips and actionable insight on "How to Use Reinforcement to Increase Your Training Impact."
With his background in business and Olympic training, his unique expertise and approach to training reinforcement drives results for organizations worldwide.
5. The Exhibitor Floor
With more than 400 exhibitors at this expo, it's safe to say this is going to be a happening spot before, during, and after the show.
As we all know, the learning industry is rapidly changing with new technologies, methodologies, and trends, which means that attendees can expect to see exciting, new innovations everywhere.
As you stroll around the floor checking out the exhibits, we encourage you to come by the Mindmarker booth and say hello!