Webinar Description: As travel budgets are reduced more and more, companies are looking to online delivery of training material. Due to distance and lack of resources, in-person classroom sessions are not always possible. Students do not always want to or have the time to wait for scheduled classes, so you need to meet the need to deliver content to them at their desktops in a quick and effective manner at their time of need, not when and where a training schedule dictates. With that change, instructional designers need to transition instructor-led material into functional eLearning modules.
In this session, you will learn the successes and failures that can be encountered as an organization in making the transition to eLearning. You’ll learn how it used content from its instructor-led classes as the basis for its eLearning modules and how it made the content more interactive for the learners.
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Learning Technologies, Managing Learning Programs
Speaker: Sean Putman has been an instructor, instructional designer, and developer for over 15 years. He has spent his career designing and developing training programs, both instructor-led and online, for many different industries but he has had a strong focus on creating material for software companies. Sean has also spent the last few years focusing on the use and deployment of the Experience API and its effect on learning interventions. Sean has spoken at many industry conferences on the subject.
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