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Discover ideas, tips and techniques, and insights that will help you improve your skills, develop new expertise, and stay on the cutting edge of learning. eLearning Guild webinars are free (membership is not required), but space is limited, so register early!
“Best of” webinars feature the most popular, best-rated sessions/speakers/topics and award-winning projects from Guild face-to-face conferences.
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The Guild partners with industry-leading companies to offer educational webinars on topics of interest to our members.
Webinar recordings are available in the Online Events Archive (free to all Guild members).
||Best of mLearnCon: Design Considerations for Learners on the Go||Krista Hildner and Phil Cowcill|
||Engaging Learners in the Virtual Classroom||Cynthia Clay|
||Teach Your Learners to Fish: How Holistic Learning Makes Performance Gains Stick||Alex Khurgin|
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 10:00 AM PT
Designing learning content for all the different mobile devices available today is challenging. You need to know the advantages and disadvantages of building a native application versus building a web application, and understand the significant differences between developing for mobile versus for traditional desktops. In this session, you’ll explore various topics around mobile design, and discuss the differences between mobile learning and just-in-time information (JII).
Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 10:00 AM PT
As classroom trainers transition to the online virtual classroom, they often deliver boring lectures with an occasional poll or chat thrown in to mix it up. Learners pushed into the role of bored, passive observers quickly discover how easy it is to multi-task (checking email, finishing projects, or even conversing with co-workers). Trainers report that they hate the lack of visual feedback and their inability to read their learners’ needs when delivering training via the web. If you want to do it better, enjoy it more, and feel satisfaction in your training efforts, join us to learn tried-and-true engagement techniques for the virtual classroom.
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 10:00 AM PT
Investment in training for many organizations often results in a roller coaster effect: a temporary improvement in performance, followed by declines or learning plateaus. According to research published in Learning Solutions, 80% of what employees learn is forgotten within 30 days. Battling this up and down cycle has become a constant challenge for trainers. How do you replace incremental and fleeting increases in knowledge with lasting fluency that learners can call upon in real performance situations?
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Upcoming Events & Deadlines
- March 4—Webinar
Best of mLearnCon: Design Considerations for Learners on the Go
- March 4—Guild Academy Blended Courses
Project Leadership for Instructional Designers
- March 10—Learning Solutions 2015 & Ecosystem 2015 Deadline
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- March 22—Guild Academy Blended Courses
Learning Ecosystems: Designing Environments for Learning
- March 23—Guild Academy
Instructional Design: The A.G.I.L.E. Approach