Artisan E-Learning ended 2017 with a BANG! after having received awards from Training Magazine, the eLearningGuild, and Elearning! Magazine. We couldn’t be more thankful for our clients and the work we’ve been able to accomplish with them. As we enter the new year, we’ll continue our course development work while also giving back to the e-learning community. We do this by sharing project stories, e-learning development tips, and portfolio pieces at conferences and learning events. Read on to find out where you’ll find a few Artisans in the next several months and reach out – we’d love to meet you there!
Conquer Storyline and Earn CEUs – OR – Learn How New Section 508 Requirements Can Impact Your Design
Whether you are brand new to Articulate Storyline or already have some experience, let Artisan’s Diane Elkins teach you everything you need to know to create an interactive, engaging e-learning course. This hand-on certificate program will have you build a complete 15-minute course in Storyline. Learn more from ATD.
If you’ve already got Storyline skills but want to find out what it takes to create courses accessible to those with disabilities, see Diane’s session on How Changing Section 508 Laws Can Impact Your Design.
Get a Mental Workout at eLearning Boot Camp – OR – Learn Tips for Converting Classroom Training
What’s a storyboard? Do I need an LMS? How long does it take to create a course? How much does eLearning cost? If these are the types of questions you are asking yourself, then consider attending eLearning Boot Camp at Training 2018 with Artisan’s Diane Elkins and Cherie Simmons this February. See the pre-conference agenda for more information.
If eLearning Boot Camp isn’t for you, but you could use some help with converting your existing instructor-led training, be sure to see Diane’s session on Tips for Converting Classroom Courses to eLearning.
Open Your Eyes with a Visual Communication Workshop – OR – Attend Sessions on Microlearning and Converting Existing Training Materials
Your objectives are clear. Your content is organized. Your scripts are written and approved. But now you are struggling to find good visuals that can help with learning and make your course more appealing. You aren’t an artist. So what’s next? Attend Diane’s pre-con workshop to get those creative juices flowing.
In addition, Diane will be presenting a session on Microlearning and Cherie Simmons will conduct a session on Converting Existing Training Materials into Meaningful Learning Programs.