MONTGOMERY, ALA. – On September 21st, MGMWERX will host a live technology showcase that spotlights the latest tools in content delivery for instruction. Both military and civilian audiences can benefit from the technologies that will be featured at this event.

“First, attendees will have access to some of the newest technology tools that can impact Air Force, along with civilian, education enterprises and airmen development down to the unit level,” shared Eric Gerritson, MGMWERX Innovation and Collaboration Principal. “Also, instructors will be exposed to the newest tools and techniques to assist them in content delivery – for both in-resident and geographically separated students. Leaders will see products that can help them with professional development of their school’s cadre along with new tools for streamlining instructor selection and training.”

The event will spotlight leaders in professional education technology including Design Interactive, Overmatch, Bevilacqua Research Corporation, Dynepic, and The DVI Group. For more information on the technologies they will be sharing, visit www.mgmwerx.org/news.

This technology showcase will take place at the Senior NCO Academy (SNCOA) at Gunter Air Force Base from 8:30AM-12:30PM. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event will be limited to 85 attendees and registration is required. This event isn’t limited to just military attendees, but all invested in education and instruction.

Eric went on to say, “This event will benefit anyone interested in technologies to enhance their teachers, students, or their institution’s lesson plan development and delivery. Plus, those that are involved in instructional systems design or write curriculum for institutions of learning.”

Those interested in attending this technology showcase, are encouraged to contact Eric Gerritson at [email protected] for an invitation.

MGMWERX was created under a Partnership Intermediary Agreement to align with the education initiatives of Air University. MGMWERX augments ongoing Air University programs, through events like Pitch Night, to enhance the production of high-quality, innovative research and ideas that span issues of importance to the Air Force. This includes, but is not limited to, doctrine, strategies, capability needs, operational concepts, training, education, and science and technology.