Become a Master of Instructional Design

Over the course of two days, you will attend eight sessions, each led by design experts and leaders. Sessions will focus on advanced design approaches that can be implemented right away into the work you do to bring new life to your learning experiences.

DAY 1: February 9

Nick Floro

101: 5 Fundamentals to Level Up Your Design Skills

Nick Floro, Sealworks Interactive Studios

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

eLearning professionals wear many hats that can ultimately and negatively impact our solutions. In this session, you'll get back to the fundamentals and examine tools and techniques that accelerate processes, improve the final solutions, and exceed even your own expectations! Learn more.

Mark Simon

201: Storyboarding in an Agile World

Mark Simon, HiMark Solutions

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Proper storyboarding not only outlines the solution but communicates the project. In this session, you'll be introduced to an Agile approach that can reduce your course development time, eliminate frustration with a lack of meaningful feedback, and allow your SMEs to see what the course will look like when it's completed. Learn more.

Daniece Rainville

301: More than Captions: The Journey to Accessible Learning

Daniece Rainville, RSM US

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Accessible learning is a process, a discovery, and a journey. In this case study session you'll learn how RSM made accessible learning experiences a reality across live, virtual, and eLearning content by relying on a company set of characteristics called the "5 Cs": Caring, Curious, Collaborative, Courageous, and Critical thinking. Learn more.

Chad Knowler

401: Give the Tools to your SMEs and Fast Track your Process!

Chad Knowler, klinc

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Arming your experts with the process and tools to create learning solutions has multiple benefits—from saving your time to use on more advanced solutions to more efficiently meeting organizational needs. In this case study session, you learn about one approach to extend solution development beyond L&D. Learn more.

DAY 2: February 10

Josh Cavalier

501: Out of One, Many: Creating Instructional Media Derivatives from Video

Josh Cavalier, American Tire Distributors

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

The production of video doesn't have to be limited to a single solution. In this session, you'll learn about upfront media production planning that will allow you to create multiple learning assets such as job aids, podcasts, transcripts, and images to meet various learner needs. Learn more.

Andrew McGuire

601: Using Agile to Deliver eLearning

Andrew McGuire, dRofus

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

L&D teams are being asked to account for their development time and to display ROI on the learning products created. In this session, you'll learn how Agile project management principles can be applied to your team's work and how you can implement a strategy and tools to leverage the most out of the resources available to your team. Learn more.


701: Failure is an Option: Using Lean to Course Correct Your Course Development

Breana Hidalgo, ConnectWise

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Most IDs aren't looking for a new methodology, they want to anticipate and mitigate tight deadlines, feedback delays and scope creep. In this session, you'll learn that you can hold true to your best practices and quickly realign projects before they derail by adopting Lean Six Sigma tools and processes in ID. Learn more.

Jeff Batt

801: Expand your L&D Solutions with AR Learning Experiences

Jeff Batt, The Learning Guild / Learning Dojo

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Augmented reality expands the toolbox for L&D like few technologies can, allowing you to take learning outside the course and into the learner's context. In this session, deepen your understanding of the technologies available today to get started on bringing AR into the lives of your learners. Learn more.

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