UMBC’s ISD Now Workshop - Learn How to Build Engaging and Interactive Elearning Courses

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UMBC’s ISD Program offers the community opportunities to share ideas and information on topics related to workplace learning, organizational productivity, performance and business.

Tom Kuhlmann

UMBC’s ISD Graduate Program is holding a workshop on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guest speaker, Tom Kuhlmann, VP of Articulate’s Community and the author of the well-known blog “Rapid eLearning," will discuss How to Build Engaging and Interactive Elearning Courses.

Rapid elearning has changed the face of elearning. It puts the power of course creation in everyone’s hands—all without being a programmer. This creates many opportunities. But the reality is that there are also challenges. Many developers work with limited budgets and resources.

Join Tom as he shares some practical tips on getting the most out of resources to build engaging and interactive elearning content.

Come learn how to:

  • Design an effective “getting started” elearning strategy
  • Visually align the look and feel of an elearning course
  • Apply rapid instructional design models to rework existing content into something more interactive and engaging

Tom will share lots of resources to use in the workplace.

This workshop is geared for eLearning professionals/developers of all levels. This event will benefit people who are just getting started or those who are more experienced and advanced with eLearning concepts.

If interested in attending, please register online.

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