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Top Ten Ways to Make Your eLearning Project Successful

Topic:
Top Ten Ways to Make Your eLearning Project Successful
Date:
June 7, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Mark Steiner, President(mark steiner, inc.)
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Description
This session discusses the process of successfully creating eLearning from both an instructional design and application development perspective. Ten important considerations will be discussed, relating to the entire development process of a project. Discussion points will reference real-world situations and experience. Outcomes of NOT following the recommendations will also be addressed. The target audience would include eLearning designers and developers, training consultants, and managers considering eLearning. Discussion points include: client education, defining roles, defining the process, defining technical requirements, defining deliverables, validation cycles, aspects unique to the web, and more.

At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to:
       Define the various roles and responsibilities required for an eLearning project.
       List key steps in the design and development of eLearning.
       Identify key milestones and deliverables in the design and development of eLearning.

Since 1992, Mark Steiner has designed, developed, and managed custom eLearning and interactive media programs for a variety of clients. He holds a BS in Industrial Technology and an MS in Industrial Training. His project roles have varied from group director to project manager, and lead instructional designer to lead programmer. He is intimately familiar with proven eLearning methodologies. Since 2001, Mark has been president of his eLearning consulting firm, mark steiner, inc. (www.marksteinerinc.com). He has instructed graduate-level courses on designing and developing eLearning projects, and enjoys speaking at a variety of training and eLearning conferences in the U.S. and Europe.

Mark has used Articulate for 8+ years for such clients as: Brookfield Zoo, IDEXX Laboratories, First Student, GGP, Navistar, Sapient, and Underwriter Labs; and has been a beta tester. He has also used Captivate since version 1 and has been a beta tester for past versions. Mark is a strong proponent of rapid prototyping and employs creativity, enthusiasm, and innovation into everything that he does.


Who Should Participate
The target audience would include eLearning designers and developers, training consultants, and managers considering eLearning.
What You Will Learn
At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to: - Define the various roles and responsibilities required for an eLearning project. - List key steps in the design and development of eLearning. - Identify key milestones and deliverables in the design and development of eLearning.
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