Transform Your eLearning Strategies

Join us for these eight sessions and unlock a world of practical approaches that will empower you to create impactful learning experiences.

DAY 1: February 13

Jane Bozarth

101: From Analysis to Evaluation: Top Tools & Tips for Instructional Designers

Jane Bozarth, Learning Guild

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Celebrate the digital reissue of The ID: From Analysis to Evaluation with a series of sessions on how IDs get things done! Jane Bozarth, author of this classic work, opens the online conference with a quick tour of the book and its highlights. Learn more.

Julie Dirksen

201: Motivation and Behavior Change

Julie Dirksen, Usable Learning

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Even the best learning resources won't work if learners aren't motivated! Learn how to use research-backed strategies and models to solve real-world challenges and motivate your learners—and avoid strategies that risk demotivating them! Learn more.

Hadiya Nuriddin

301: Quality Management Basics for Learning & Development Teams

Hadiya Nuriddin, Duets Learning

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Standardized quality guidelines that designers and developers can follow benefit L&D leaders and teams. Learn how to better support performance within your organization and enhance your team’s products and credibility with fundamental quality management principles and a culture of quality. Learn more.

Cammy Bean

401: Instructional Design in the Real World

Cammy Bean, Kineo

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Each instructional designer's job description is a little different. Let's dig into the many shades of ID, review the skills and job functions, and reflect on our individual strengths and weaknesses. Come prepared for a lively discussion with your peers! Learn more.

DAY 2: February 14

Kandice Kidd

501: Get Them to Yes: Tools and Tactics to Get What You Need From Stakeholders

Kandice Kidd, American Association of Clinical Endocrinology

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Learn simple strategies and tools to address the common challenges of unclear communication, unrealistic timelines, and confusing expectations during project planning and development. Deploy these to facilitate productive strategy meetings, enabling you to reach consensus and increase stakeholder buy-in. Learn more.

Jennifer Hofmann

601: Revitalizing Learning: Merging Timeless Design Principles with Cutting-Edge Learning Environments

Jennifer Hofmann, InSync Training

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Amid the scramble to transition to virtual training in 2020, the integral design process was often replaced by a reliance on slides and live video—potentially impeding meaningful learning experiences. Let's return to our roots and learn to integrate key elements of effective instructional design into virtual and hybrid learning spaces. Learn more.

Karl Kapp

701: Trends in Instructional Technologies over the Past 15 Years

Karl Kapp, Commonwealth University

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Join this session for a retrospective view of how instructional technologies have changed over the last 15 years. We'll cover a broad range of developments: from the development of the LMS to the emergence of MOOCs; from the creation of xAPI to the advent of smartphones; and up to virtual reality, web-based training, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence. We'll examine how each of these has impacted learning and development and take away lessons that are universal across learning technologies. Learn more.


801: Accessible & Inclusive Learning: A Panel Discussion

Host: Jane Bozarth, Learning Guild

Jean Marrapodi, UMB Bank

Ariana Saunders, Corporation for Supportive Housing

Christine Selinger, Creative by Christine

Nick Tillem, P&G

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

When From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers was published, few instructional designers emphasized inclusive, accessible online content. This lively panel discussion looks at how far we've come toward that goal—and what you can do to promote an accessibility strategy in your organization. Learn more.

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