This webinar is co-sponsored by the organizational training and performance division of AECT, the association for educational communications technology and the organizational performance and workplace learning department, in the College of Engineering, at Boise State University.
This webinar presentation includes background on rapid e-learning, an overview of the types of learning experiences recommended if you are just getting started learning about rapid e-learning processes, design, or tools, and the value that practitioners derive from these experiences. Candice McCoy, Leah Yeatts, Jay Shuck, and Ed Crane, are each current or former OPWL students with various prior experience in e-learning design and development, ranging from no previous experience to more than 5 years of experience. They provide perspective on the value they derived from taking the rapid e-learning course as part of their master’s level coursework in organizational performance and workplace learning or graduate level certificate in workplace e-learning and performance support. During the Q&A period at the end, participants offered additional tips and resources for further developing rapid e-learning competency.
The presenters include Lisa Giacumo, an assistant professor in in organizational performance and workplace learning, in the College of Engineering, at Boise State University, along with OPWL e-learning specialist practitioners Candice McCoy, Leah Yeatts, Jay Schuck, and Ed Crane.