Webinar: How to Create Engaging and Effective eLearning
Creating online courses is one thing, creating courses that are both effective and engaging is another. With all the effort that goes into course development, why wouldn’t you ensure that the learning material is being well-received, and is effective? Effective and engaging eLearning courses are ones that deliver meaningful material, enhance learner interest and increase learner retention.
Hosted by Paula Yunker, with 35+ years of instructional design experience and a Kirkpatrick Certified Professional – Bronze level—this webinar will explore why learning engagement is so important to learner attention AND retention and provide practical tips and examples on how to create engaging and effective eLearning courses. Paula will also share her favourite engaging eLearning resources!
In this webinar, you will learn:
Why learning engagement is important
6 steps to creating effective & engaging eLearning
Adding engaging elements
Getting the most from your eLearning course
Where to find engaging eLearning resources
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Managing Partner and Instructional Designer, Limestone Learning
With over 35 years of knowledge and experience in the field of adult education, Paula has provided innovative and relevant learning solutions for corporate clients, crown corporations and government agencies in a variety of industries. She is a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the Elearning Guild and the Institute for Performance and Learning (IPL) and is a Kirkpatrick Certified Professional Bronze level and CTDP certified through the Institute of Performance and Learning (IPL).
>She has worked as a L&D professional in a variety of settings over her career including contracted learning consultant, positions in corporate L&D senior management and for the past eight years as partner and co-owner at Limestone Learning Inc. She’s always curious, passionate about all things related to learning and development and looks forward to sharing her knowledge and experience with others.