eLearning…good golly, where do you start?! Are you new to eLearning and development, new to eLearning, or looking for some new ideas? Are you a seasoned eLearning guru with experiences to share? If so, this eSig event is for you! Join us as we explore a road map for eLearning and check out some tools, tips and techniques to keep you cruising along.
Also, our 10-minute demo for this month is on Raptivity! Get a brief look at how to use this rapid development tool and at what it can do.
Attend this session if you want to:
- Learn more about Raptivity.
- Learn more about eLearning Best Practices.
- Learn more about eLearning options and resources.
Please join us for networking, coffee, and bagels during this informative start to your day.
Jeff Geloneck is the ASTD NEFL VP of eSig and the Learning and the Development Manager at The Blood Alliance (TBA). Jeff began his career in training over 15 years ago when he taught BLS, ACLS, and other healthcare related courses as part of “other duties as assigned” while working as a paramedic. Since that time, he has developed and taught quailty assurance courses, business writing, trainer training, leaderships skills, educational technology skills, and a plethora of other courses. He now leads the L&D programs at TBA, and is better known as the company’s “training guy.”
Jeff earned his BA in English at UNF, and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Educational Technology and Leadership, also at UNF (one more semester!). Next on his personal development quest is to become a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP). Jeff has adopted a personal vision, which is to foster the growth and development of others through learning initiative. Jeff’s personal pursuits include finding new ways to connect with his family, reading pulp fiction, and exploring emerging technology.
ASTD Competency Model:
The Model emphasizes: (1) foundational competencies, or those that are important to everyone in the field, and (2) the specific areas of expertise (AOEs), which are the specialized knowledge and actions required by specificroles. This month’s program supports the new ASTD Area of Expertise: Learning Technologies, Instructional Design, and Training Delivery.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
7:45 AM: Check in, networking, continental breakfast
8:00 AM: Welcome
8:05 AM: Digital Learning Demo (Raptivity)
8:20 AM: Featured Program
9:15 AM: End
The Blood Alliance
7595 Centurion Pkwy
Jacksonville, FL 32256
(Please park on the hill to the left, not in front of the
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