101 Free or Low-cost Learning Tools

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, September 30



Learning professionals often create and deliver learning without huge budgets for tools, but it is impossible to be effective instructional designers, training managers, or learning developers without knowing the tools of those trades. Fortunately, many of the best tools for creating and delivering online learning are free or very inexpensive!

In this session you will learn about a plethora of design and development tools that are completely free. You will also get a snapshot of each and how you can leverage them today in your organization. You will leave this session with information on accessing the websites of the curated tools and resources you’re exploring.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to create your learning solution on a budget
  • How to access the various free or low-cost tools
  • How to access the website showing all the tools
  • An overview of the various tools

Novice to advanced designers and developers.

Terri LoGiudice

Digital Solutions Manager

Alliance Data

Terri LoGiudice is a digital solutions manager with Alliance Data and has over 30 years of training and development experience in a corporate environment. Terriā€™s experience includes instructional design, facilitation, eLearning development, and project management. Terri is also on the marketing and communications committee for the Central Ohio ATD chapter.

Dana Monroe

Senior Coordinator, Digital Solutions

Alliance Data

Dana Monroe, the senior coordinator of digital solutions for Alliance Data, has instructional design experience in both virtual training and formal classroom training. She has been in a training and design role for the last eight years, working as a corporate trainer and a physician trainer. She is passionate about adult learning and loves to find new technology capabilities that enhance the learning experience. Dana holds a bachelor of science degree in organizational communication with a focus in business technology from the Ohio University.

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