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Online Forum | February 21 & 22, 2013

eLearning Instructional Design: Best Practices, Tips, and Techniques

For eLearning to be effective, you need a solid design that meets the needs of your audience and of your stakeholders. Join this Online Forum to get the best results from your eLearning instructional designs. You'll learn best practices, tips, and techniques, and explore design innovations and new research results you should consider for your next project—or for that current project that needs a little something extra.

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Day 1: Thursday, February 21 All Times Listed in Pacific Time
Opening Session
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
Ruth Clark101 - Multimedia Learning Research: Foundations for Evidence-based ISD, Ruth Clark, Clark Training & Consulting
Track 1: Best Practices Track 2: Tips and Techniques
10:15 AM – 11:30 AM  
Chris Van Wingerden201 - Formal Learning on Smartphones: Better Strategies for Better Results, Chris Van Wingerden, dominKnow Learning Systems Trina Rimmer202 - Strategies for Communicating Design Ideas to Non-designers, Trina Rimmer, Rimmer Creative Group
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
Jill Kirtland301 - Lead Them to the Gold—Managing Your Instructional Design Standards, Jill Kirtland, SAP Kelly Meeker302 - Tips for Making Courses that Count, Kelly Meeker, OpenSesame
Day 2: Friday, February 22 All Times Listed in Pacific Time
Track 1: Best Practices Track 2: Tips and Techniques
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM  
Joel Gendelman401 - Recycling eLearning Assets, Dr. Joel Gendelman, Future Technologies 402 - eLearning Today, mLearning Tomorrow: Practical Design Considerations, Karen Burpee & Jennifer Hughes, Metrix Group
10:15 AM –11:30 AM
Kelley Chrouser501 - Using mLearning in Blended Designs to Create Communities of Practitioners, Kelley Chrouser, Chrouser & Associates
Art Kohn and Ty Marbut502 - Science and Memory: Seven Tips That Improve eLearning, Dr. Art Kohn, Portland State School of Business, and Ty Marbut, Dark Blue Morning Interactive Video
Closing Session
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
Michael Noble & Anna Sargsyan601 - Designing the Library of Babel: Mass Customization in Learning & Performance Support, Michael Noble & Anna Sargsyan, Allen Communication Learning Services
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