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iFEST 2020

Working out What Works: Creating Value From Innovation

August 17, 2020 - August 19, 2020

iFEST 2020 artwork

iFEST 2020 artwork

iFEST Call for Ideas closes 3 April, 2020

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to share ideas to explore, engage, and experience at the next iFEST. Ideas for compelling presentations or posters on the following distributed learning innovation topics are encouraged:

  • Learning Science for the Future
  • Specifications and Standards: Development, Gaps, and Governance
  • Learner Profiles in Practice
  • Innovations in Course Catalogs and Activity Registries
  • xAPI Profiles for DoD
  • Competency and Credentialing Management
  • Cybersecurity and PII
  • Other – Submit your own topic

Submit your Ideas! If you are a potential speaker or have a great idea for the conference, submit via the NTSA submission site.

Find out more! For questions and more information, contact iFEST 2020 Program Committee Chairman Frank Kelley at

Venue: Hilton Alexandria Mark Center

Address: 5000 Seminary Rd, Alexandria, VA

Organizer: Sponsored by the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) in collaboration with the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative. iFEST 2020 provides unique opportunities for military, government, industry, and academia professionals to share the latest in distributed learning innovations.

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