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Rapid eLearning Workshop with Tom Kuhlmann

Tom Kuhlmann shares some practical tips on building effective e- learning.

Presenters

Tom Kuhlmann

David Anderson

Articulate

Session 1: Rapid E-Learning Workshop

How do you get your classroom training online?  Use a rapid e- learning application. That"s easy enough.  How do you build good courses with limited resources and no time?  Well, that"s a bit more challenging.  Join Tom as he shares some practical tips on getting the most out of the resources you have to build effective e-learning. You"ll learn how to: Simple way to get started and move your ILT content online Learn to coach your subject matter experts so that you get the information you need Explore some techniques that will help you create the right look and feel for your courses

eLearning Story

Essentials

FrankenCourse

What is a course?

Viewing or Doing?

Course Structure (parts)

Pre-Build Common Layouts/Screens

Graphic design

Session 2: Create Interactive courses

Many e-learning courses are information dumps that rely too heavily on pushing information out to the learner.  But is that the best way to design courses and will you get the results you need?  In this session, we"ll explore the difference between information and interactivity and ways you can quickly convert information- dumps to interactive e-learning. Things covered in this session: What is interactivity? How to create interactive content. Quickly build re-usable, interactive models.

Make it relevant

Two parts

Set clear expectations

Engage the senses

Let them choose how to learn

3Cs of scenarios (branched interactions)

What can you do on the screen?

Instructional Design Models

Additional resources on the Articulate blog