Have you been feeling stuck in a rut lately with your online training projects? Plan to attend the Learn by Doing: Moving Beyond Click, Answer, Submit, You Passed! session, presented by Dr. John Zurovchak, on May 23 at the 2012 Lectora User Conference.
Learn by Doing: Moving Beyond Click, Answer, Submit, You Passed!
Dr. John Zurovchak, Micro Electronics, Inc.
In John’s session, you’ll learn how to break out of an e-Learning rut to move beyond creating content that simply tests learners of their short-term retention and recall abilities. Attendees will learn how to leverage the capabilities of Lectora to create captivating content that challenges users by moving beyond linear navigation and into problem-based experiential learning. The goal of this session is to spark conversation within the Lectora community to improve the quality of content across the board.
John is the Leadership Development Coordinator at Micro Electronics and also designs and teaches online courses in Political Science. In his role at Micro Electronics, John designed and created the curriculum for the Leadership Development Program, consisting of Management 101 and Management 201, using Lectora as the primary design tool. More than 150 participants have successfully completed the program to date.
With more than 20 years of experience working in the realm of online education and learning, John has encountered a plethora of e-Learning experiences that have helped him develop sound e-Learning programs. His experiences have helped him shape a successful e-Learning strategy, which is evident by the success of the Leadership Development Program. This program consists of blended learning aspects designed to sharpen the management skills and boost overall performance of managers and supervisors at all levels at Micro Electronics.
Why You Should Attend
Learn by Doing: Moving Beyond Click, Answer, Submit, You Passed! will spark newfound creativity and excitement. Attendees will walk away with fresh ideas to create innovative work scenarios by moving beyond the linear courses that continue to be widespread in online computer-based training. Attendees will explore actual courses used by Micro Electronics that harness the power of Lectora to create realistic simulations and situations, and learn how these same theories can be applied to their own training.
The annual Lectora User Conference, now in its eighth year, consistently provides a host of unique opportunities for e-Learning professionals to expand their knowledge, hone their expertise and expand their network. With 20+ opportunities to attend exciting sessions and mingle with industry peers at once-in-a-lifetime networking events, the 2012 Lectora User Conference is an event that you’ll want on your calendar. This year, the conference will be May 22 – 24, in the heart of downtown Chicago. Learn more about the full conference schedule, and reserve your room at the 2012 Lectora User Conference website.