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Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Prototyping (Part 2): Interaction

Ethan Edwards | March 04, 2016 | Video

Ethan Edwards presented "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, at ATD's TechKnowledge conference in Las Vegas. In this segment, Ethan Edwards discusses how an instructional designer can build strong instructional interactivity. The video is a portion of his presentation at TechKnowledge, "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Prototyping (Part 4): Sketching

Ethan Edwards | March 04, 2016 | Video

Ethan Edwards presented "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, at ATD's TechKnowledge conference in Las Vegas. In this segment, Ethan Edwards discusses how instructional designers can use sketching to design e-learning programs. The video is a portion of his presentation at TechKnowledge, "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Prototyping (Part 3): Storyboarding

Ethan Edwards | March 04, 2016 | Video

Ethan Edwards presented "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, at ATD's TechKnowledge conference in Las Vegas. In this segment, Ethan Edwards discusses how instructional designers can use storyboards to design e-learning. The video is a portion of his presentation at TechKnowledge, "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Prototyping (Part 5): Prototyping and Conclusion

Ethan Edwards | March 04, 2016 | Video

Ethan Edwards presented "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, at ATD's TechKnowledge conference in Las Vegas. In this segment, Ethan Edwards discusses how instructional designers can use storyboards to design e-learning programs. The video is a portion of his presentation at TechKnowledge, "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Prototyping (Part 1): Intro and Design Strategy

Ethan Edwards | March 04, 2016 | Video

Ethan Edwards presented "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, at ATD's TechKnowledge conference in Las Vegas. In this segment, Ethan Edwards presents various design strategies for instructional design. The video is a portion of his presentation at TechKnowledge, "Interactive E-Learning Design With Sketching and Protoyping," filmed January 14, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Fearless Instructional Design: Learning From the Imagination of Jim Henson

TechKnowledge 2015 FR200
Michelle Lentz | January 16, 2015 | Video

Too often, instructional designers end up trapped in their boxes of theory. Sometimes we need to open that box and peer outside to glean ideas and inspiration from sources outside our industry. Jim Henson started working as a puppeteer in 1954, long before many of us considered corporate instructional design (ID) as a career. Yet, Jim Henson applied many of the core ideas from ID in his imaginative work. Viewing our own theories and ideas used in different ways is a great way to help inspire us to think of new and fearless ideas. We will cover Henson's use of storyboarding, storytelling, iteration, templates, and more, and bring it back to practical uses in instructional design. We'll get creative, discussing how construction of a Muppet can translate to construction of a course. Also, this session is fun. There might even be a Muppet.

A New Approach to Digital Learning Content

TechKnowledge 2015 Session: TH207
Robert Todd | January 15, 2015 | Video

After spending 20 years leading insanely talented teams trying to create the perfect approach to e-learning, the speaker finally gave up and started over. In this session the speaker will share (painful) lessons learned from leading a small team in a three year project to build a new approach to digital learning.   You'll learn a tool and technology agnostic approach to creating super-engaging, mobile-friendly, digital content that can support diverse needs: from structured learning to performance support to field exercises. Whether you're a learning leader or a learning developer, you'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll walk out with the seven secrets of a new approach to digital learning content.

Common Sense for the E-Learning Designer

TechKnowledge 2015 Session: W300
Ethan Edwards | January 14, 2015 | Video

It seems that the shared perspective of learners and designers about e-learning is that much of it is not very good: it's boring, the interactions don't teach, the media is unhelpful, and so on. This is in spite of the fact that well-meaning designers are following long-established models and doing exactly what most authoring tools have made easy. When pushed, many designers know that what they are doing is flawed, but there's little guidance to do anything better. Many e-learning solutions are not complex or difficult to achieve—mainly what is needed is a focus on the essential aspects of learning that have been overlooked in the haste to rely on technology alone. In this session, you will learn 10 straightforward and powerful principles to guide e-learning design. The principles focus on issues of feedback, learner actions, usefulness of templates, motivation, risk, and content. Appropriate to any content and applicable to any authoring tool, these principles will empower designers to make concrete design changes that improve the impact of their e-learning courses.

Visual Explanations: How to Describe and Clarify With Graphics

TechKnowledge 2015 Session: W400
Connie Malamed | January 14, 2015 | Video

People are wired to understand visuals. Research shows that when you use relevant graphics to explain, clarify, and enhance content, it typically improves learning. In this session, we will explore the most effective graphics to use for various types of content. Then the speaker will discuss design tips for each format, showing what enhances the message and what obscures it. These techniques will make you more conscious of how to design with intention, so that your graphics are understood accurately and are aesthetically pleasing.

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