National Instructional Design and Delivery Conference Hosted at Manhattan College

From June 29 – July 2, some of the nation’s brightest minds will come to the Riverdale campus.

Manhattan College will host the 2016 Instructional Design and Delivery Conference at the Raymond W. Kelly ’63 Student Commons from Wednesday, June 29 to Saturday, July 2.

The conference’s theme is “Are We There Yet? Digital Tools in the 21st Century.” Interactive workshops and presentations will focus on how the educational community can thrive in a rapidly changing learning environment.

Focused on the issue of new trends and technology across all areas of education, the conference will feature sessions that explore emerging technologies and teaching behaviors designed to inform policy, inspire new leadership, and develop a partnership-driven practice at all levels impacting business and K-12 education.

The keynote speaker on June 30 will be Marc Prensky, a world-renowned author and speaker on future education. Prensky is the founder and executive director of the Global Future Education Foundation and Institute, a 501c3 corporation dedicated to promoting and implementing education to improve the world, including real-world accomplishment-based education and a broader future curriculum.

Registration for the conference is now open.

For more information about the conference, contact Shawna Bu Shell, Ed.D., director of Manhattan College’s graduate program in instructional design and delivery, at or (718) 862-7147.

MC Staff