Our speaker lineup features a group of experts who lead the way with fresh and original approaches for crafting learning experiences. Sessions will explore key strategies, concepts, and tools that will help you advance your design skillset.
Diane Elkins, Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered
8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT
Accessibility starts with instructional design. In this session, you’ll examine five key changes you can make to your instructional design process so you are baking in accessibility and inclusion from the very beginning. Learn more.
L&Ds call to action shouldn't be limited to course development but often that's only what's asked for. In this session, you learn how to unpack training requests and better use your deep ID skills and knowledge in new and exciting ways that not only improve performance but show leadership a different direction. Learn more.
There's more than one way to craft effective course objectives, and in this session you'll learn how leveraging SMEs to create question banks not only determines the gaps in the educational content but builds a learning ecosystem that supports effective spaced learning and reteaching opportunities. Learn more.
Maintaining learner engagement in eLearning has always been a challenge, no matter how thoughtful or relevant the design. In this session you will learn new ways to capture learners’ attention, gain their curiosity, and increase motivation to keep them attentive, learning, and coming back for more. Learn more.
Learning today must be continuous and perpetual. A powerful approach is the learning campaign but designing for this requires a modern approach. In this session, you will learn how learning campaigns address all moments of learning need, what resources, activities, and lessons should be included, and the tools available for designing blended learning initiatives. Learn more.
Augmented reality (AR) is growing fast as an L&D solution. Different than traditional L&D courses and performance support, AR requires a different approach to instructional design. In this session you will learn a process to follow, prototyping, and project management for you next AR solution. Learn more.
Your SMEs are busy and they generally don’t understand training and learning the way you do as an instructional designer. You need to balance their wants with that of the needs of your learners. This session will supply you with new tactics to draw out stories for your scenario-based learning. Learn more.
Janet Laane Effron, Four Rivers Group and Sean Putman, Altair Engineering
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT
Did behavior change is the measure of success for an instructionally designed solution. However, having the ability to dissect what, how, and why elements of the solution worked takes you to another level and it takes data. In this session you will explore data strategy for instructional design, understanding the data supply chain, evaluating data streams, and the basics of data stewardship. Learn more.