Creative Use of Variables to Enhance Learner Engagement
May 23rd 1 – 2:15 p.m.
How do you strike a balance between giving learners more control over their learning experience while guiding learners to review all of the information in a learning module? Join Jeremy Boles on Wednesday May 23rd and learn tips for keeping the development of your training organized while still dealing with a variety of topics.
Jeremy Boles, Organization Development Specialist at Papa Johns, has over 15 years of experience in adult learning in both academic and private sectors. He has created learning opportunities for programs that have served 20 to 40,000 users.
Jeremy is a driven and creativee-Learning professional that has six years of experience using Lectora for a variety of applications from skills based, to soft skills, and informative training. Currently, Jeremy is also an ASTD Certified Professional in Learning Performance (CPLP).
Why You Should Attend
In this session, attendees will learn techniques to track user progress and increase learner engagement, while still allowing users to create their own path through the material. This presentation will discuss creative uses of Lectora® variables, test questions and how to interact with media such as Flypaper™ and Camtasia®. You will see the variety of ways that Lectora can be used to create user control, while guiding users through a pre-determined pattern.
The annual Lectora User Conference, held May 22 – 24, is quickly approaching. Check out the full conference schedule and learn more about the jam-packed agenda on the Lectora User Conference website.The first 500 attendees to register will receive a complimentary Lectora User Conference Appreciation Pack,filled with more than $800 worth of e-Learning goodies – so register today. We hope you’ll join us in Chicago!