With a dizzying array of training requests, deadlines, and desire to delighting stakeholders, the learner can take a backseat in the design. In this session, learn how to pull the learner front and center to create solutions that truly meet their contextual needs. Learn more.
Effective microlearning is learner-centric. How are your micro solutions measuring up? In this session, learn through example analysis how various types of microlearning are learner centered in design and how you can incorporate better, learner-focused microlearning in your organization. Learn more.
In this session we will explore how you can take your idea or content and use collaborative tools to quickly mock up designs, share your concepts, and generate feedback through rapid prototyping to deliver the best learning experiences to your audience. Learn more.
Learner personas and character personas are valuable design tools to add to your learning experience design toolkit, and they can help you develop authentic scenarios that resonate with your learners. In this session you'll learn how to construct learner personas that drive your scenario narrative and resonate with learners. Learn more.
Marketing has long understood the power of paving the path or journey for consumers from interest to purchase and beyond. This powerful approach also enables L&D to create a similar experience to better ensure learning mastery. In this session you'll learn the details to consider in crafting a learning journey starting from your own existing content. Learn more.
Emotion plays an impactful role in learning. Which emotional reactions should we enhance or minimize? And how do we do this as learning experience designers? In this session learn the three core reactions to get learners ‘hooked’, how consequences affect WIIFM, as well as the relationship between anxiety and psychological safety. Learn more.
Process mapping is a powerful approach that can be used for organizing a learning experience and repurposing navigational elements for the learning content. In this session you'll learn how processes can be shown as sets of relationships between actors, actions, and artifacts and how learning experiences that follow this structure are more relatable to the learner and ultimately more impactful. Learn more.
Similar to your grandmother's recipes that never taste the same when you make them, learning is all about finding the right mixture. In this session we will explore the thinking behind a program as we iterate using modern methodologies, and help you identify some ingredients you can sprinkle into your own “test kitchen.” Learn more.