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Learning Professionals’ speakers’ series set for 2023

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  • By Larisa Langley, Ctr
  • AETC
Air Education and Training Command’s (AETC) Learning Professionals’ Branch has announced its 2023 calendar for the Learning Professionals’ Question and Answer virtual speaker series.

Included in the scheduled presenters for 2023 are Dr. Jerrod Borup from the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University; Dr. Shanita Williams, Associate Vice President of People Experience for the People Team at Southern New Hampshire University; Staff Sgt. Michael Myer from the 363d Training Squadron at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas; Dr. Stephanie Moore from the Organization, Information and Learning Sciences department at the University of New Mexico; Dr. Elizabeth D. Woodworth from the Air War College at Air University at Maxwell AFB, Alabama; Dr. Mark Reith from the Air Force Institute of Technology; and Mr. Richard Goring from BrightCarbon Presentation Design Agency.

“The LPQ&A is a great way to invest an hour each month,” said Dr. Angi Canada, AETC Learning Professionals and FD Credentials Division chief. “The topics are relevant for Learning Professionals and support the sharing of knowledge and experiences. The series is designed for Learning Professionals across the Air and Space Forces to enhance learning for the men and women we serve. Our goal is to build a community of Learning Professionals who work together to accelerate the transformation of the military learning paradigm.”

“Even before I joined AETC, while I was still in my previous position, I attended virtual LPQ&A events,” said Dr. Wendy Walsh, AETC’s chief learning officer. “They are valuable opportunities to connect with presenters and topics of interest from other groups from across the Department of Defense, industry and academia.”

Dr. Walsh also said, “Another wonderful benefit of these LPQ&A sessions is that they are recorded and available on the Learning Professionals website. If you’re not able to make it to the live virtual event, you can still take advantage of the learning opportunity and unit officials can encourage team viewing and discussion sessions.”

To see the dates for the series and to register for the next event, visit https://www.learningprofessionals.af.mil/Events/LPQ-A/. Recordings of previous events can also be found at this link.

For more information on Air Force Learning Professionals visit https://www.learningprofessionals.af.mil/ or https://www.facebook.com/AFlearningprofessionals/.