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These sessions will provide the fundamentals of learning and development and provide you with resources that you can refer to back on the job. Look for this icon when finding sessions in this path.

Sunday, May 15 

8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

A Practical Approach to Accessible E-Learning: Designing, Creating, and Testing, Paul Schneider, dominKnow; Edward Javor, Interactive Advantage Corporation; Learning Technologies, Authoring Tools 

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Boost Your Brain and Make Learning Stick!, Ria van Dinteren, Breinwerk BV; Katelijn Nijsmans, Tipping Point; Learning Sciences, Learning Theories and Approaches

Level 3 Evaluations Made Simple, Credible, and Actionable, Ken Phillips, Phillips Associates; Evaluating Impact, Evaluating Learning Impact

1:00 - 2:00 p.m.  

Why Most E-Learning Fails and How to Fix It, Tim Slade, The eLearning Designer's Academy; Learning Technologies, E-Learning and Digital Design

Kick Up Your Virtual Training Presence, Melanie Martinelli, The Learning Gym; Training Delivery & Facilitation, Train-the-Trainer 

Making ROI Work, Patti Phillips, ROI Institute, Inc.; Evaluating Impact, ROI 

The 10 Activators of a Desire to Learn, Sarah Bacerra, The Center for Respectful Leadership; Learning Sciences, Engagement and Motivation

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

5 Essential Elements to Succeed With Podcasts for Talent Development, Shannon Martin and John Kiernan, Podbean; Learning Technologies, Podcasts 

Raising Our Storytelling Sights, Rance Greene,; Training Delivery & Facilitation, Storytelling  

Monday, May 16

1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Leading the DEI (R)Evolution, Stacey Gordon, Rework Work; Talent Strategy & Management, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

Present Like a Superhero . . . No Cape Required, Bridgett McGowen,, BMcTALKS; Training Delivery & Facilitation, Presentation Skills 

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

How to Prevent a Negative ROI, Jack Phillips, ROI Institute, Inc.; Evaluating Impact, ROI 

Designing for Augmented Reality, Debbie Richards, Creative Interactive Ideas; Learning Technologies, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality

4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Facilitating Hybrid Classes: 5 Practical Tips for Success, Cindy Huggett, Cindy Huggett Consulting LLC; Training Delivery & Facilitation, Hybrid Facilitation 

Show, Don’t Tell: Get Maximum Instructional Value From Your Visuals, Diane Elkins and Rachel Snyder, Artisan E-Learning; Instructional Design, Developing Content and Materials

Tuesday, May 17 

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Advancing Your Virtual Classroom Facilitation Skills, Kassy LaBorie, Kassy LaBorie Consulting, LLC; Training Delivery & Facilitation, Virtual Classroom 

Screencans and Screencan’ts: An Introduction to Effectively Creating Screencasts, Matthew Pierce, TechSmith; Learning Technologies, Video 

1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Value Guaranteed! Successfully Evaluating Soft Skills (or Any) Training, Wendy Kirkpatrick, Kirkpatrick Partners; Evaluating Impact, Evaluation Metrics – What to Measure

The Challenges and Triumphs of Creating Transformational Learning Journeys, Debra Glaser, Google; Managing the Learning Function, Managing Training Programs

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

From Request to Product: Creating Learning Experiences With Impact, Cara North, Silfex; Instructional Design, Developing Content and Materials

Mnemonics: How Our Brain Can Comfortably Remember Almost Anything, Bob Berkman, Bob Berkman Training & Advice; Learning Sciences, Memory and Learning

Wednesday, May 18

8:00 - 9:00 a.m. 

Awesome PowerPoint Tricks for Effective Presentations, Richard Goring, BrightCarbon; Learning Technologies, Authoring Tools 

10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 

The Future Is Now: Build Your Hybrid Learning Approach, Stephanie Hubka, Protos Learning; Shelly Price, Human Capital Next, LLC; Training Delivery & Facilitation, Hybrid Facilitation 

1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Banish Burnout: Move From Stress to Success, Janice Litvin, Janice Litvin Speaks; Career Development, Resilience/Agility 

Virtual/ On-Demand

The Promise of Performance Transformation: Creating a Performance-Based Learning Success Plan, Carol Cohen, Infopro Learning; Evaluating Impact, Evaluation Metrics – What to Measure

It's All About Retrieval, Katrina Kennedy, Katrina Kennedy Training; Learning Sciences, Memory and Learning

Ways to Make Your Microlearning Learner-Centered, Carla Torgerson, TorranceLearning; Instructional Design, Microlearning