2019 Session 3

[D] Thinking Outside the Box: Creative Uses for Articulate Rise – Michelle Kelly

While Articulate Rise is limited in its out of the box functionality and interactions, it has wide application for use in different learning solutions. Come check out four unique implementations of Rise within different industries and get inspired to find creative uses for this tool in your own learning solutions. Michelle Kelly, chief enjoyment officer […]

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[C] How to Tame “The Beast” – Mosaic’s approach to Managing Compliance Training – Mark Biederman

Learn how Mosaic is developing an automated enterprise wide training matrix to manage our regulatory compliance training inside of our LMS.  This process will enable an employee, manager and/or business leader to view required courses for positions, roles, a facility, business unit or across the entire company of the progress toward completion of required training

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[B] Going Global – Judy Nollet

Does your course, written in English, reach audience members who don’t speak English as their native language? Are you producing training materials that need to be translated into other languages? Have you ever considered how those situations impact your content? This session will introduce basic writing standards for global content. It will also provide a

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[A] How to apply the 12 Agile Principles to L&D Project Management – Shannon Scanlon

What do you do when your efforts to handle unpredictability and changing requirements on eLearning projects are no match for the variability of your work environment or business partners? When this happened to us, we gave the Agile methodology a try. If you’re not super-familiar with Agile, it’s an approach many software development teams take

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