Successful eLearning Design Projects: Tips for Designers/ Developers

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Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2013 - March 14, 2013

Jennifer Cason

Technical Trainer Consultant
TSYS

Gone are the days when eLearning designers and developers were only responsible for envisioning and creating solutions. On the one hand, software has enabled SMEs to assume these roles to some degree in nearly every organization. On the other hand, expanding needs and shrinking workforces, budgets, and timelines have converged to force designers and developers to take on additional responsibilities far outside their expertise and comfort zones. Even the best designer or developer can be ill prepared to deal with issues that often arise as they try to keep projects and people moving toward a solution.

This session features tips and tactics for dealing with common issues encountered in situations where repeated failure can mean the difference between being viewed as a respected colleague or an expendable order-taker. Participants will explore several eLearning project experiences, both good and bad, and distill from them tips anyone can use to keep even the most difficult eLearning projects on track. In addition, you will have opportunities to share your own wisdom from similar situations.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Tips for nipping potential solution disagreements in the bud
  • How to make a collapsing deadline work for you
  • Ways to make your project team mutiny proof
  • Best practices to gain support for your design

Audience:
Novice-to-advanced designers, developers, managers, and directors. Some project experience is helpful, but not required.

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