Location change! PDR Work + Place
Visitor parking in 2 Houston Center garage is accessed from McKinney Street. From the main building lobby level P1, take the elevator bank to Floor 39.
Topic: Building eLearning courses are getting easier. Nevertheless, building them on a budget can be a challenge. There is no time or money, and the expectation is to do everything from instructional design to graphic design. The good news is that it IS possible to create quality eLearning courses on a shoe-string budget. It is a matter of prioritizing your efforts, focusing the core learning objectives and deliverables, planning, using toolkits and reusing content.
In this workshop, Debbie will provide a process for delivering quality eLearning courses on a shoe-string budget. You will get practical tips for building engaging, interactive eLearning courses on a budget.
Participants will learn how to:
- Get more from your existing resources.
- Create a look that complements course content.
- Apply instructional design models to author better courses--faster.
This workshop is appropriate for both beginners and professionals with experience in rapid eLearning. Just wait until you see the cool examples and participate in a number of hands-on activities!
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Learning Technologies
Speaker: Debbie Richards, president of Creative Interactive Ideas, supports talent development clients with technology challenges. She updates her job knowledge by researching new technologies and software products; participating in educational opportunities (such as speaking at learning conferences); and participating in professional organizations.
Debbie was named one of the most influential people in corporate e-learning for 2018.
Passionate about working with and mentoring other learning professionals, Debbie is a past president of the ATD Houston chapter, and a past National Advisor for Chapters. She is the VP, Marketing and Communications for ATD Houston. She is also the ATD Technology Conference Advisory Council chairperson for 2019.