Expand Your eLearning Strategies Further Than Ever
Our program features speakers who have paved new paths for planning, creating, and delivering unique and original learning projects. Speakers will bring their real-life experiences to each session, providing you with practical tips and strategies that you can use in your own work.
Branching scenarios can be a powerful way for people to test out new knowledge and practice making choices or decisions. In this session you'll find out how you can easily create branching prototypes or even fully functioning learning experiences using Twine: a free, open-source tool designed specifically for creating interactive stories. Learn more.
One important way to push the eLearning envelope is to look holistically at how it connects to your broader learning ecosystem. As more organizations look to deploy an integrated suite of tools to fulfil their training and development needs, this session will explore what the best ‘mix’ looks like for four key stages of workplace development: onboarding, operating, performing, and upskilling. Learn more.
Being able to collaborate online while designing your eLearning projects is more important than ever. In this session you'll discover some surprising ways you can use the online whiteboarding tool Miro to work together with team members and stakeholders to map out and storyboard your projects. Learn more.
With all the different tools coming out these days that can help you design and develop eLearning, it can be hard to know which are most worth your attention. In this session, you'll explore a curated collection of tools and approaches that have been chosen to help you work smarter instead of harder. Learn more.
You don't necessarily need new eLearning development tools or an increased budget to amp up your projects. In this session you'll discover how UX research methods can help you better understand your audience so you can create incredible experiences that put them first while also meeting (or exceeding) your business goals. Learn more.
Changing and adapting the content of your eLearning courses to meet a person's individual needs can lead to better learning outcomes while also being more efficient with their time. In this session you'll discover how xAPI can help you create these kinds of personalized learning experiences in whatever authoring tool you might be using. Learn more.
Addressing accessibility should be a natural part of the instructional design process, not an add-on or an afterthought. In this session you'll explore tools, resources, and design principles that can make make designing for inclusion and accessibility easier and more instinctive. Learn more.