2019 IEEE ICICLE Conference
The IEEE ICICLE 2019 Conference on Learning Engineering was a great success with a gathering of over 200 professionals from industry, academia, and government featuring collaborative sessions organized by ICICLE Special Interest Groups. The event highlighted the state-of-the-art in the profession and academic discipline of Learning Engineering.
“As learning and performance support technology has continued to evolve, becoming more complex and increasingly more sophisticated, eLearning and digital learning professionals working in education, enterprises, and agencies have recognized their need for new, more sophisticated skill sets. Among these are data visualization, programming and coding, and techniques from learning science and data analytics.”
— A Q&A with Ellen Wagner, Campus Technology
Thank you to all our Conference and Media Supporters
Recent and Upcoming News and Events
Artificial Intelligence in Education COnference, June 25th-29th
At the 20th Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED) conference, several ICICLE members participated. Richard Tong, chief architect of Squirrel AI Learning and supporter of ICICLE, delivered a keynote speech. Robby Robson and Avron Barr, Steering Committee members, and Ken Koedinger, Competencies, Curriculum, and Credentials SIG Co-Chair, presented at the conference. Read about the conference in Squirrel AI's press release.
UPCOMING: iFest, August 27
At iFest conference on Tuesday, August 27th, Learning Engineering sessions will take place with ICICLE members:
Dina Kurzweil, Design for Learning SIG, will present on Instructional Designers and Learning Engineers of the Future.
Jim Goodell, Competencies, Curriculum and Credentials SIG Chair; Michelle Barrett, AI and Adaptive Technologies SIG Chair; Shelly Blake-Plock, Chair; and Ellen Wagner, Learning Engineering Among the Professions SIG Chair, will discuss Engineering Better Learning: Practical On-Ramps to the Emerging Practice of Learning Engineering session.
UPCOMING: DeV Learn CONFERENCE,October 23rd-25th
Two concurrent Learning Engineering sessions will be held at the upcoming DevLearn Conference.
In When Learning Engineering Meets Instructional Design on October 24th, Ellen Wagner, Learning Engineering Among the Professions SIG Chair, will explore the ways in which instructional designers of the future can better prepare to collaborate with learning engineers assigned to enterprise learning initiatives.
At Mission Control: Launching Learning Engineering at Mars, Inc. on October 25th, Trish Uhl and Rachel Horwitz will present a case study session that outlines a real-world example of learning engineering put into practice at iconic candy company Mars Inc.
eLearning Guild published a research report, Learning Engineering: A Primer, by Ellen Wagner, Learning Engineering Among the Professions SIG Chair, which explores how learning engineering is expected to impact Learning &Development.
Publish with ICICLE
All attendees of the 2019 IEEE ICICLE Conference on Learning Engineering are eligible to submit papers and presentations to the post-conference Proceedings publication. See the conference page for details.
In the Media
“Despite exponential growth in the development of learning technologies, there has been relatively little support in terms of professional development for engineers designing, building, and deploying new learning technologies.”
ICICLE: A Consortium for Learning Engineering — EDUCAUSE Review
“The “learning engineer” job title has started cropping up at several institutions, spurred in part by leadership from Carnegie Mellon University, which has a one-year master’s program in learning engineering and has hired five of its own.”
Learning Engineers Inch Toward the Spotlight — Inside Higher Ed
“According to Ken Koedinger, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University and chair of ICICLE’s SIG on the Learning Engineering Academic Curriculum: ‘In ten years, learning engineering will be a core job in educational technology companies, K-12 schools, colleges and universities.’”
Who are we and what is IEEE ICICLE?
IEEE ICICLE is a volunteer professional organization committed to the development of Learning Engineering as a profession and as an academic discipline.
IEEE ICICLE activities are led by participating entities and participation in ICICLE activities is open to all. You are encouraged to contact us regarding organizational membership and opportunities for individuals. Our program is growing and there is much room for meaningful involvement. Join us by reaching out to our Membership Chair. Help to define Learning Engineering as a profession.