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March Free Webinars

March is full of interesting free webinars for the eLearning industry. In this post I have curated the most relevant for those involved in eLearning projects. The following webinars are related to: gamification, some related to mLearning and responsive projects and project management. Don’t forget to check out your time zone!

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March 4th Design Considerations for Learners on the Go #mLearning

In this free webinar the topic what considerations to have in mind when dealing with mlearning projects.

There are close to a dozen different iOS devices and over 4,200 different Android devices on the market. Designing training content for these different devices is challenging. When considering building training material for mobile devices, you might wonder if it’s best to build a native application or a web application. It’s important to know the advantages and disadvantages of each of these two options, and to understand the significant differences between developing for mobile and developing for traditional desktops.

In this session, you’ll explore a matrix that will help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of building native applications versus building web applications. You’ll discuss topics such as flexible layout for smartphones, appropriate fonts, font sizing, colors, and safe viewing areas on a phone. You’ll explore what mobile training is versus just-in-time information (JII), and how the differences between the two can impact how and what you build for your mobile learners.

Date: Wednesday, 4th , 10:00 AM Pacific Time

Length: 1 hour

More infohttp://www.elearningguild.com/surveys/index.cfm?sid=292&utm_campaign=bestofmlc1503&utm_medium=some&utm_source=twitter

March 4th Gamification: A Look Inside One Organization’s Success Story #Gamification #eLearning

In this free webinar, the topic is how to include gamification elements in our eLearning projects in order to make our course a lil bit different and achieve more engagement.

From badges to points to rewards, gamifying eLearning courses is fast becoming a trend that is making some noise in the industry. Learners love the added challenge of beating their competition—or maybe even themselves­—while providers are thrilled to see a refreshing level of interest in courses as a result.

While gamification continues to make itself known, there tends to be several lagging questions eLearning providers just don’t know the answers to:

  • Is gamificiation right for my organization and our content?
  • Where and how do we get started?
  • What resources are available to us?

What are others doing and what is working for them?

DateMarch 4, 2015, 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT

Length: 1 hour

More infohttp://go.peachnewmedia.com/WBN-LG2015.03.04-Gamification_Registration.html

March 5th Implementing M-learning: All that a Training Manager Needs to Know #Management

This free webinar provides all the information you need to unleash the power of mLearning to meet the training needs of your company. It will give you a clear idea of the technology needed to implement mLearning. Furthermore, it helps you choose the right rapid authoring tool to develop mLearning courses and formulate the appropriate delivery strategy. This webinar also answers the following:

  • How to get started with mLearning?
  • How is mLearning used by companies in the US?
  • How to plan, prioritize, direct and implement mobile learning?
  • Can mLearning be tracked?

What type of costs are involved in implementing mLearning?

Date: Thursday, Mar 5, 2015, 9:00 AM EST

Length: 1 hour

More infohttp://www.commlabindia.com/resources/webinar/implementing-mlearning-all-you-need-to-know.php

March 12th Responsive and Adaptive HTML5 for multi-device e-learning #Responsive #eLearning

These days, learners need to access their e-learning on all of their devices. With the proliferation of tablets and smartphones, it’s critical that your students can view courses whenever they need them, on the device of their choice. The rise of ‘Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)’ policies within many organisations will only accelerate this need. In this presentation Mike will talk about the key principles of responsive and adaptive design and show examples and case studies of today’s best practice in action. The key takeaways will be

  • Principles of responsive design
  • Principles of adaptive design
  • Examples of best practice
  • HTML5 as a delivery platform

Content creation for multi-device delivery Mike will finish by creating a responsive and adaptive HTML5 multi-device course to illustrate these key principles in practice

DateMarch 12, 2015 from 12pm to 1pm

Length: 1 hour

More infohttp://learningandskillsgroup.ning.com/events/responsive-and-adaptive-html5-for-multi-device-e-learning?utm_content=12485013&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

March 13th Managing E-Learning Translation Projects #localisation


Most of us have to deal with projects that need to be localized. In those situations it’s important to manage them efficiently otherwise we will end up burning our budget. If you have had bad experiences with projects that need to be translated or you’re facing a project that will be translated in different languages you cannot miss this webinar.

Date: Fri Mar 13 2015 12:00 PM – Fri Mar 13 2015 01:00 PM ES

Length: 1 hour

More infohttps://artisanelearning.confedge.com/ap/reg/home.cfm?i=register&e=A9083E56-7A75-42D6-8E3E-646B7C6A8387&grp=regnow

March 19th Adobe Captivate’s King on Advanced Actions #AdobeCaptivate

Special Guest Speaker Rod Ward will be discussing practical application of advanced actions in Adobe Captivate.

Rod Ward has written two ebooks on Adobe Captivate, one on Advanced Actions and one on Troubleshooting Captivate. He is the founder and president of Infosemantics, Inc. and when he is not creating widgets and writing books he is an eLearning developer.

Rod also writes a blog and he is extremely active on the Adobe Captivate forum and LinnkedIn in helping other Captivate users troubleshoot and learn Captivate. Find out more about Rod and his free tutorials, widgets, and other free stuff on: http://www.infosemantics.com.au

Date: Thursday, 19th , 8:00 PM Eastern time zone.

Length: 1 hour

More infohttp://www.meetup.com/Adobe-eLearning-User-Group-Carolinas/events/217106192/

March 25th Creating a Budget for Your eLearning Projects #ProjectManagement

There are many factors that go into properly budgeting for an eLearning project. Course requirements such as length, locked-down navigation, Section 508 compliance, simulations, and games can cause longer development times, and therefore a greater cost of development. How do you determine which factors affect the project time and budget, and by how much?

In this collaborative session you will explore how to identify significant time and cost factors for the completion of an eLearning project. Taking those factors into consideration, you will devise a formula that you can take back to the office and implement with your favorite spreadsheet program. With this flexible tool at your fingertips, you will be able to calculate an accurate budget for your next eLearning project.

Date: Wednesday, March 25, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Length: 1 hour

More info: http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/lscon/sessions/session-details.cfm?event=346&q=elkins&searchfield=speakers&fromselection=doc.3599&from=sessionslist&session=6177

March 25th 70:20:10 and the Role of Managers in L&D #LearningDevelopment

Successful implementation of 70:20:10 requires clear and specific individual responsibilities for senior leaders, line leaders and HR/learning professionals. Collectively they hold joint accountability for building and supporting a high performing learning culture.

Enrolling a diverse stakeholder group; one with a capacity to build a workforce that is fit for purpose, agile and capable of building intangible value quickly is a significant challenge and opportunity for the learning function.

This 45 minute webinar will discuss roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders involved in implementing 70:20:10 and explore approaches the learning function can take to gain leadership support and buy-in. At the heart of the session will be the importance of fostering a development mindset – one that recognises the benefits of a more holistic approach to employee performance and development, and understand the benefits this approach has on both individual and organisational performance.

Date: 2:30 PM | 25th Mar 2015 Europe/Berlin

Length: 45’

More info: https://www.702010forum.com/events/view/70-20-10-and-the-role-of-managers-in-l-d

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Rosalie Ledda

I’m an experienced pedagogue in designing and implementing learning programmes whether online, blended or in-person led training. I'm currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Human Resources Management (nominee in Excellence Awards 2015 prize). I have 10 years of experience in the consultancy field responsible for managing both corporate and educational projects including national and European projects. I consider myself an objective-driven oriented professional, analytical skilled to identify needs and strategies based on the context and used to work autonomously but able to work in groups when necessary.

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