Show, Don't Tell: Get Maximum Instructional Value From Your Visuals

May 16, 2022
Instructional Designer
Instructional Design
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This session will be recorded and released on the virtual platform for full conference registrants and Virtual VIP pass holders on May 23, 2022.

When adding visuals to your work, it’s standard practice to put bullet points on the left and decorative images on the right. If you can’t think of anything more interesting to put on the slide, check to ensure your writing is engaging. During this session, you’ll learn six strategies to approaching content in a more interesting, helpful, and visual way.
Diane Elkins, Co-Owner - Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered
Rachel Snyder, Writing Manager - Artisan E-Learning

Application on the Job 1

Move from abstract concepts to practical application in your writing and visuals.

Application on the Job 2

Illustrate your content, rather than decorating slides.

Application on the Job 3

Determine the most helpful thing your learner can be looking at.

Session Type

Education Session