Ever wonder how eLearning designers and developers take a learning need and create an engaging, interactive, and impactful eLearning course? Join us on an journey from training need to completed eLearning course. In this interactive, open forum Scott Bostjancic and Joshua Willis will lead participants through their eLearning design process.
Topics will include:
- Determine when eLearning is the appropriate learning solution for the learning need
- Identify impactful eLearning use cases such as acknowledgements, scenario-based learning, and simulations
- Create eLearning scripts and storyboards to guide stakeholder feedback and approval, as well as to guide the development process
- Create impactful assessment that goes beyond multiple choice and true-false questions.
You’re invited to bring your own scripts, storyboards, eLearning projects, challenges and questions to this session. Scott, Joshua, and the other participants will be happy to provide feedback, suggestions, and best practices.
About the Speakers:
Scott Bostjancic is the Director of Education and Development for Mid Penn Bank, Corporate Faculty at Harrisburg University, and President-elect of the Central PA ATD Chapter. With over 10 years of experience in the learning and development field with a focus in banking and healthcare, Scott has designed and delivered classroom training, synchronous online learning, and eLearning. He currently teaches two classes at Harrisburg University for the LTMS Masters program: Instructional Design and Learning Technologies. He holds a bachelor's degree in HRIM from Penn State and a Master of Science in Learning Technologies from Harrisburg University.
Joshua Willis is the Technology Educator for Penn State Health. Joshua has 10 years of facilitation and eLearning design and development experience in banking and healthcare. At Penn State Health, he trains Medical Office Associates, Nurses, and Providers on various clinical software. In addition, Joshua works with SMEs to design and develop eLearning courses for a wide variety of software systems throughout Penn State Health. In banking, Joshua facilitated technical and professional development courses and created an eLearning development team, including processes for the development cycle, visual design, and tracking.