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Tips on Becoming an eLearning Pro July 18, 2011

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The eLearning SIG was pleased to host our June  session with Tom Kuhlmann,  author of The Rapid E-Learning Blog.

Tom shared some practical tips on getting the most out of the resources you have to build engaging and interactive elearning content.

Being able to create courses with minimal programming presents many opportunities.  But the reality is that there are also challenges.  Many developers work with limited budgets and resources.  How can they build effective elearning courses with these constraints?

Some topics he discussed included  how to:

  • Design an effective “getting started” elearning strategy that helps move you (and your subject matter experts) in the right direction.
  • Learn to visually align the look and feel with the context of your elearning course
  • Apply rapid instructional design models to rework existing content into something more interactive and engaging

Here is a link to the presentation and materials presented.

About the Speaker:

Tom Kuhlmann

Tom Kuhlmann

Tom Kuhlmann, VP of Community, contributes to our thriving Articulate community of e-learning developers. Tom is best known as the author of The Rapid E-Learning Blog, which provides practical, real-world tips for e-learning success to more than 44,000 e-learning developers. Tom has more than 16 years of experience in the training industry, developing hundreds of hours of e-learning and managing e-learning projects at Capital One, Washington Mutual, and Weyerhaeuser. He has a Master’s in Education Technology from Pepperdine, where he researched how to cultivate communities of practice by helping members build their expertise.

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