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Transforming E-Learning into E-Performance

March 21, 2019
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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The Management Education Center
811 West Square Lake Road
Troy, MI 48098
http://www.mectroy.com/
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Do your learners just “next” through your e-learning to check off completion? Is transfer of new knowledge to the job not happening as you’d hoped? There may be a better way!

What if you could convert your e-learning courses from one-time training events to ongoing learning solutions that support performance on the job? Using a software training case study, Innovative Learning Group Lead Instructional Designer and Learning Consultant Susan Fisher will show how conventional e-learning content can be repurposed to meet Gottfredson & Mosher’s Five Moments of Learning Need with the technology you already have.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Explain why a typical e-learning course does not effectively support performance.
  • Define Gottfredson & Mosher's Five Moments of Learning Need (5 MoN) and explain their Performance Support Pyramid.
  • Map content from an e-learning course to the appropriate moments of learning need.
  • Recognize best practices for editing and formatting content to serve performance support, explanation, reinforcement, and reference purposes.
  • Describe ways to use your authoring and delivery technologies to make the content accessible at each moment of need.

 

About this Speaker  

Susan Fisher is a lead instructional designer and learning consultant at Innovative Learning Group. She has more than 35 years’ experience designing and developing training and performance support resources for a wide range of business applications.

In addition to instructor-led training, e-learning, and performance support, Susan is widely versed in information architecture, learning portal design, and using mobile delivery in learning. She has created countless classroom, self-study, and reference programs addressing topics such as computer software and systems use, customer service, credit analysis, quality procedures, and legal and regulatory compliance. She has worked with clients in many industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, medical devices, financial services, insurance, and retail.