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How Science Fiction Can Help Make Your eLearning Better!
Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2017 - March 22, 2017
Science fiction has always challenged people to see their world in new ways, from a glimpse at an imagined “long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away” in Star Wars to envisioning a potential future centuries from now in Star Trek. Movies like The Matrix, Inception, Minority Report, Blade Runner, and so many others have proposed mind-blowing ideas like alternate realities, parallel universes, transporter beams, and time travel. One of the many reasons this genre is so popular is that it poses a wide range of “what-if” questions and allows its audience to play with possible answers. But these ideas can do more then just entertain you—they can also inspire your work in L&D.
In this session, you’ll explore the ways sci-fi can help you rethink how you create your content, and you’ll find out where L&D and sci-fi have some fascinating points of crossover. Come learn how to create truly engaging eLearning by applying the best ideas of sci-fi to your eLearning designs, and have fun while doing it.
In this session, you will learn:
- New approaches to find the best “what-if” ideas and determine whether they can help you reach your learners
- How to engage learners with storylines that you can borrow from the best sci-fi
- Practical ways to apply concepts from science fiction to your eLearning designs
Novice and intermediate designers and developers.
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The concepts in this session are tool agnostic.
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