The National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA), in collaboration with the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, hosted iFEST 2019 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center (Alexandria, Virginia, USA) 26-28 August 2019. Over 350 attendees from the military, government, industry, and academia participated in the three-day symposium focused on sharing the latest challenges and innovations in distributed learning encompassed in this year’s theme: The Future Learning Ecosystem.
NATO School ADL Team members presented during Ignite! session (Gigi Roman), and poster showcase (Tanja Geiss), that included variety topics such as xAPI, learning engineering, augmented and virtual reality, learning technology standards, and upcoming government requirements for vendors.
In the photo: Paul Thurkettle, Head, Education and Training Technologies Section, NATO Allied Command Transformation, Tanja Geiss, ADL Chair, NATO School Oberammergau, Dr. Sae Schatz - Director, ADL Initiative, and Gigi Roman - ADL Coordinator, NATO School Oberammergau