L&D on a Shoestring Online Conference
April 22 - April 23
Effective eLearning experiences don’t necessarily have to come with a hefty price tag. With the right tools and techniques, you can actually create a wide range of digital experiences at a much lower cost than you might expect. Not only that, that lower cost of production can still give you high-quality solutions if you know the right approaches to try.
Whether you’re looking for ways to further stretch your budget or are interested in low-cost ways to pilot new ideas, the L&D on a Shoestring Online Conference has the solutions you need. From sources for inexpensive resources and tools, advice on where to spend and where to save on your projects, techniques for speeding up your workflow, and insights on how to use the tools you have in innovative ways, you’ll discover a wealth of information that can help you do more with the budget you have.
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501 Email Course Design: Using Digital Marketing as a Learning Strategy
8:15 AM – 9:30 AM Thursday, April 23
Organizations often treat learning as an event rather than a process. As an industry we know that eLearning, videos, and instructor-led training are only the beginning. To be effective, we need ways to support our workforce over time, building competence through multiple approaches.
In this session, we will talk about a budget-friendly trend used in digital marketing that can be easily applied to workplace learning: email for continual learning and support. We’ll explore how email can be used effectively for spaced learning and performance support. Learn pro tips for designing in this format, and see a variety of real-use cases. As we explore the possibilities of email as a learning experience platform, you’ll learn practical ways to implement this approach in your own organization.
In this session, you will:
Learn about the practical application of email courses in workplace learning
See examples of effective email courses
Apply best practices in design of email courses
Discover the common pitfalls of using email to support learning and performance