It’s a great opportunity to network and learn in person with the local e-learning community…
Join the Denver Metro E-Learning Developers (DMELD) on October 3rd from 7:00-8:30 pm with two guest presenters sharing how they solved recent e-learning challenges.
Allison Bell will cover “Branching Scenarios Using Vyond.” Branching scenarios engage learners as they make decisions and experience the consequences in a safe learning environment. Allison will teach you how to embed animated videos in Articulate Storyline to create a branching scenario, and show a sample project while discussing lessons learned.
Angela Digman will cover “Blended Learning for Physician New Hire Training.” SCL Health implemented blended learning to support varying specialties, patients across three states, decentralized organizational structure, highly independent physicians, and varying levels of experience with electronic documentation. Learn how their program was created, the outcomes/metrics they used, and the lessons learned from their classroom training, video, and e-learning.
– Date: Thursday, October 3, 2019
– Time: 7:00-8:30 pm
– Cost: Free and open to the public
– Location: Home Advisor, 14023 Denver West Parkway, Golden, CO 80401, about 3-5 minutes from I-70 at Denver West Parkway (exit 263).
Seating is limited. Register online at https://dmeld-october2019.eventbrite.com.
About the Presenters:
Allison Bell loves helping people get better at their jobs by creating relevant and engaging learning opportunities. Allison is cofounder of STREETCAR8, a provider of custom e-learning solutions. During her career in learning and development, she has served in a variety of roles including instructional designer, performance consultant, and trainer. She has supported learning in numerous fields including information technology, healthcare, higher education, telecommunications, and manufacturing. She has also supported the work of government and nonprofit agencies.
Angela Digmann is a manager with SCL’s Enterprise Learning & Personal Development team. For the last 19 years she has held various roles related to technology and learning within the healthcare field. She has implemented two LMS instances and a talent management system, incorporated Lean methodology into HR processes, supported e-learning and video development, and led teams of trainers, administrators, and designers. She has a double major in math and English and an MBA with a Healthcare emphasis. She is a Mager-consortium certified instructional technologist.
About the Denver Metro E-Learning Developers (DMELD):
Now in our 20th year, DMELD evolved from the Denver Metro Authorware Users Group. Today, over 600 group members develop e-learning and multimedia using a wide variety of tools. Featured tools now include many from Adobe, along with the Articulate family, Moodle, many other authoring applications, plus various development environments. Group members write, code, and produce cross-platform programs deployed on disc, or deployed online and accessible through all types of computers and mobile devices.
Please patronize the DMELD sponsors, Peachpit (http://www.peachpit.com) and O’Reilly (http://www.oreilly.com), publishers of technology books and training. We also thank HomeAdvisor (http://www.homeadvisor.com) for providing the meeting space and refreshments.
Visit DMELD online at https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/dmeld
DMELD Press Contacts and Information:
Anne Wyman 720.333.6951
John Endicott 720.937.5181
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