The (2015) Learning Impact Leadership Institute was the best conference I’ve ever attended.
Learning Impact Program
IMS provides a complete program of activities to recognize achievement of innovative use of technology to support and enhance learning.
- Learning Impact Leadership Institute
The Future of EdTech Starts Here! This is IMS’s signature annual summit where senior executives from colleges, universities, school districts, states and tech suppliers not only talk about change...but make change happen. The “institute” is all about enabling a new generation of educational leadership. Watch the videos of the 2016 plenary sessions focused on enabling Next Generation Digital Learning Environments.
- Learning Impact Awards and Annual Learning Impact Report
The only global competition that recognizes the effective use of technology in context to support and improve learning based on evidence of impact. The annual Learning Impact Report provides an analysis of the Learning Impact Award winners for the current year and offers a series of pragmatic themes, practices and recommendations to help institutions and educational authorities determine if they have considered a broad range of potentially impactful technology innovation. View 2016 finalists and submit your votes. Winners will be announced during the 2016 Learning Impact Leadership Institute, May 23-26.
- Learning Impact Awards Evaluators
The Learning Impact Evaluators group serve on an annual basis to evaluate the Learning Impact Award nominations, contribute to the development of the annual Learning Impact Report, and identifies priorities needed to evolve the Learning Impact Awards.
- Learning Impact Blog
Poignant commentary from Rob Abel and IMS that provides in depth explanations of the latest developments in edtech, standards and educational leadership.
- Quarterly Summits
Participate in 1-day summits to address key market development topics or new specification releases. These meetings typically play a key role in defining the way forward on one or more IMS priorities.