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Learning Impact Leadership Institute 2019

The Future of EdTech Starts Here

The Learning Impact Leadership Institute offers powerful (and practical) ideas for moving the edtech ecosystem forward, motivation to transform teaching and learning technology at your organization, and valuable networking opportunities with peers and partners.
 
At the Learning Impact Leadership Institute, you will connect with educational technology leaders from all over the world. This is the only gathering for higher education, K-12, and edtech providers of all sizes where all communities are integrated and have an equal voice in shaping our digital learning ecosystem for the benefit of all.
 
WHO ATTENDS THE LEARNING IMPACT LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE?
Institutional leadership from both IT and academic departments, edtech supplier executives and product managers, teaching and learning application developers, architects, and all academic technology staff, managers, and directors.
 
You do not have to be an IMS Global member to participate in or attend the Learning Impact Leadership Institute.
 
THE CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS IS CLOSED
If you submitted a proposal for consideration, you will be notified about its status by Wednesday, December 19, 2018.
 

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2019 Conference Details

Agenda

Track Descriptions

Registration (opens early January 2019)

Speakers (available early January 2019)

Sponsors

Sponsorship Opportunities

 

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Learning Impact Awards

2018 Award Winners

Program Details and Eligibility

 

Past LILI Events

2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute

2017 Learning Impact Leadership Institute

2016 Learning Impact Leadership Institute

2015 Learning Impact Leadership Institute

 

Learning Impact Leadership Institute 2018 General Sessions

View the videos of the 2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute plenary session lightning talks and panel discussions about getting to the future of edtech faster through collaboration and leadership.

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2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute
2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute
2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute
2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute
2018 Learning Impact Leadership Institute


Learning Impact Leadership Institute 2019
Sponsors

 

DIAMOND SPONSORS

     
Canvas by Instructure logo

Google Guite for Education logo

itlslearning logo
     
Microsoft logo

SAFARI Montage logo

Schoology logo for sponsorship recognition
     
VitalSource logo    
 

PLATINUM SPONSOR

     
  ACT logo  
 

GOLD SPONSOR

 

SILVER SPONSOR

     
             explorance logo for sponsorship recognition Texthelp logo  
 

BRONZE SPONSOR

     
  Kimono logo  
 

Sponsorship packages for the 2019 Learning Impact Leadership Institute are available. Becoming a sponsor demonstrates your organization’s leadership and commitment to moving the edtech industry forward. Contact us if you are interested in becoming a sponsor.
 

Take a look at the leading organizations that sponsored the 2018 Learning Learning Impact Leadership Institute.

 

Testimonials

Instructure is deeply committed to the goals and initiatives of IMS Global. The Learning Impact Leadership Institute helps raise awareness for the collaborative work being done to further open standards and innovation in education.

Melissa Loble

Melissa Loble

VP, Platform & Partnerships, Instructure

The Learning Impact Leadership Institute is a conduit for connecting Purdue with other institutions that have the same needs and issues providing better learning technology for instructors and students. Talking to technology leaders about shared challenges has enabled better decisions while reducing mistakes by learning from the experience of others.

Jason Fish

Jason Fish

Director, Teaching and Learning Technologies, Purdue University

I experienced my first Learning Impact Leadership Institute 2018 in Baltimore.  Every session, meal conversation, and hallway gathering illuminated new knowledge and awareness of our common goals in digital learning. This conference allowed me the opportunity to network with individuals in every space of education technology.

Emily Bell

Emily Bell

Director of Enterprise Applications, Fulton County Schools