Expand Your eLearning Abilities

New to eLearning? Just looking to freshen up on the basics? Understanding the core of what works is key to feeling confident and prepared in your eLearning projects. Join us for these eight sessions exploring the fundamentals of eLearning and how you can apply essential strategies and basic tools to your own work.


DAY 1: December 8

Susi Miller

101: Accessible eLearning Myths and Tips

Susi Miller, eLaHub

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Myths and misconceptions around accessibility prevent many eLearning professionals from creating accessible content. In this session you learn what they are, how to address them, and learn strategies and tips on how to support people with a range of disabilities and impairments, which will enhance your content and resources for all learners. Learn more.

Eric Berget

201: The Role of Storytelling in Learning Experience Design

Eric Berget, Dashe & Thomson

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Creating great learning experiences demands that we move the hearts and minds of our learners. Explore the elements of great storytelling and learn how to use them to communicate ideas, motivate your team, and fuel learners' desire to change and improve. Learn more.

Jill Stanton

301: Ally with SMEs & Advocate for Learners to Ensure Effective Learning

Jill Stanton, Fredrickson Learning

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Instructional designers are often asked to create learning materials in ways they know are not ideal for learners. This session provides a toolkit for turning SMEs into allies in pursuit of effective learning. We'll touch on evidence-based learning design, accessibility, and UI/UX design. We'll then practice making the case for good learning in different scenarios. Learn more.

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401: Design Inspiration Is Everywhere!

Dawn Mahoney, Learning in the White Space

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Where do you find inspiration for designing learning content? Embark upon a quest to seek out and curate new and interesting sources of inspiration from unexpected locations. Learn more.

DAY 2: December 9

Josh Cavalier

501: Video for Learning: An Introduction

Josh Cavalier, American Tire Distributors

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Have you been waiting on the sidelines for the opportunity to craft your first educational video? Feeling unsure of where to start? This session will launch you with an overview of how and when to use video for adult instruction. We'll cover the basics of scripting, using a camera, and getting lighting and audio right. Finally, we'll cover guidelines for distributing your video and measuring its success. Learn more.

Nina Baker and Christine Pascual

601: The Beginner’s Guide to Creating Personas

Nina Baker, Sonic Automotive & Christine Pascual, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Personas enable you to create appropriate and effective learning solutions. Gain an understanding of this powerful tool that can deepen your empathy with and understanding of learners, ensuring that your training resources are relevant to learners' job needs. Learn more.

Hadiya Nuriddin

701: Developing Quality Assurance Processes for eLearning Products

Hadiya Nuriddin, Duets Learning

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Standardized quality guidelines for functionality, user experience, visual design, and overall consistency can ensure error-free experiences and effective learning experiences. Learn how and why to apply quality control and assurance principles to create consistent, top-notch eLearning products. Learn more.


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