We are excited to have Teresa Davenport, CEO of Davenport Design & Development, present a webinar on microlearning again this year! In this segment, Teresa will address the real challenges faced when developing microlearning, such as organization within an LMS, creating a solid development review pipeline, and how to promote on-demand microlearning. See additional details below:
- Topic: Microlearning: Applications in the Real World
- Date: Thursday, July 25, 2019
- Time: 1:00pm ET (60 minute session)
- Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early
- Speakers: Teresa Davenport, CEO of Davenport Design & Development
- Register: Microlearning: Applications in the Real World
About the Session:
In this webinar, Teresa Davenport, will share a series of real world applications for microlearning. In the first segment, Teresa will demonstrate the many different looks of microlearning, from both real and animated videos to interactive text-focused courses to innovations such as augmented and virtual reality. In the second segment, Teresa will focus on demonstrating how to take an existing lengthy course and break it into smaller content pieces that fit the microlearning standards and descriptions she shared in her previous Microlearning webinar titled Microlearning: How It’s Done. In the third segment, Teresa will show how to take a client’s vision for a new learning solution and propose a series of microlearning courses that comprise a total learning solution. Included in these discussions will be addressing the real challenges faced when developing microlearning, such as organization within an LMS, creating a solid development review pipeline, and how to promote on-demand microlearning. Participate, share, and learn!
About the Speakers:
Teresa Davenport, founder and CEO of Davenport Design & Development, enjoys helping clients find innovative learning solutions that incorporate an element of “what could be.” A trend-spotter, she enjoys finding ways to join star performers with the latest delivery strategies, including microlearning, adaptive learning, and social learning. With close to 100 clients ranging from global manufacturing to government and academia as well as technology and health care, she has found a common thread of building and investing in personal relationships with stakeholders and other learning & development professionals to be the catalysts that keep her looking forward to the next success story. Her current interests include helping clients transition from “push” (structured/scheduled) to “pull” (on-demand) learning, combining smart user interfaces with cognitive learning theories, and shortening the distance between subject matter expert and learner.