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eLearning: only 10% of the Solution

Topic:
eLearning: only 10% of the Solution
Date:
June 6, 2012 at 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Anna Sabramowicz, Co-founder(eLearnerEngaged)
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Description
eLearning: only 10% of the solution

Reading a bad novel on an iPad doesn't make the experience any better. And film studios aren't tripping over themselves to make the worst selling books into movies.

Now, replace "novel" with eLearning; and you find an industry frequently wishing to deliver boring content through as many channels as possible. That's why this webinar is about making sure your eLearning is a "best seller" in your organization.

In 2012, delivery through technology is weighed more than the quality of the learning content. This leaves learners with the same painful and dull experience... now accessible on their smart phone.

So before you press that "Publish for Mobile" button or plan your next "HTML5 strategy meeting" ('cause it's hot right now), register for this webinar.

During this session, Anna discusses what kinds of performance support mechanisms you will need to make your elearning the next Harry Potter (yes, that's another book analogy).

Specific topics discussed will be:

•       How your current environment supports learning (it does right?)
•       Why can't you put an eLearning module in your pocket to snack on later?
•       Where did the other 90% of your eLearning solution go?

The goal is for you to walk away from this session with a personal roadmap on how to assess the current state of your organizations learning readiness and how you can be its champion - by making eLearning only 10% of your solution.

Be sure to visit our blog and YouTube channel prior to the webinar to learn more about what Anna does and how she does it.

Who Should Participate
Anyone who is overseeing eLearning projects, developing the learning strategy for their organization or working as a part of a team that is developing learning, "e", "m" or otherwise, for their company.
What You Will Learn
The goal is for you to walk away from this session with a personal roadmap on how to assess the current state of your organizations learning readiness and how you can be its champion - by making eLearning only 10% of your solution.
Recommended Resources
e-Learning and the Science of Instruction - Ruth Colvin Clark, Richard E. Mayer Job Aids and Performance Support - Allison Rossett, Lisa Schafer Cathy Moore Blog - http://blog.cathy-moore.com/ Creating Significant Learning Experiences - L. Dee Fink eLearnerEngaged Blog - http://www.elearnerengaged.com/blog/
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eLearnerEngaged helps companies leverage e-learning to foster engaged learners and support business training endeavors.
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