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March 16 – 18, 2016 Orlando, FL

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LS306 Using Engaging Visuals in eLearning to Increase Retention

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, March 16


International North

Do your eLearning courses need a punch of creativity? Have your users grown tired of the same drag and drop interactions? Would you like to add something new and exciting that will increase learner retention? With the brain processing visual information 60,000 times faster than text, it’s crucial to have visual impact in your courses. The good news is that design tools are more powerful than ever and provide developers with more options for creativity.

In this session, you will explore how to quickly create unique and engaging interactions, using the triggers, states, variables, and JavaScript in Articulate Storyline 2. You will see case study examples where the need for interactivity required new, innovative ideas to improve learning. The interactions used in this session will help you to implement exciting learning that is customizable to your needs and has more of an impact on changing the behaviors of learners to meet business goals.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to address the 65 percent of learner population that are visual learners
  • How using visuals are more effective in retention
  • How visuals in eLearning provide context for learners
  • How to incorporate the use of visuals into any style of eLearning

Novice to advanced designers, developers, and managers.

Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 1 and Storyline 2.

Alicia Blitz

Sr. eLearning Designer/Developer

MUFG Union Bank

Alicia Blitz, a senior eLearning designer/developer for MUFG Union Bank, consults with internal clients to create eLearning that meets the client’s business objectives, while being both effective and interactive. Alicia’s background in ILT, innovative ideas, and creative design has promoted the level of excellence within her team. The team has been recognized in the learning industry with an ASTD BEST Award and a Brandon Hall Gold Excellence Award. Alicia received an associate of arts degree in business in 1992 and has several advanced training certificates from ATD and Langevin Learning Services, including master trainer, performance consultant, and advanced eLearning instructional design.

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