Confessions of an online learning designer
James McLuckie, Good Practice
Instructional design can be a minefield. And online instructional design especially so. Which methodologies should be used to help achieve the learning outcomes? What’s the best media to use to engage learners? And how do you employ technology in a way that enhances the learning experience, rather than detract from it? After ten years in online learning, James lays bare his soul and offers an 'in the trenches' guide to what he’s learned … the good, the bad and the ugly. Come and hear James’s confessions to avoid the mistakes that he has made! But be prepared to confess your own.
In this session you’ll discover:
James is Currently leading the instructional design team at GoodPractice, he is a digital learning specialist who has delivered projects for clients such as Standard Life Aberdeen, Heineken, Estée Lauder, Virgin Money, Manchester Airport Group and the International Baccalaureate. Formerly a Board member of eLearning Network, James is a Fellow of both the Learning and Performance Institute, and the Institute of Learning and Occupational Learning.
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