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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Webinars: Past, Present and Future

Here are links to webinars past, present and future...not quite a Christmas Carol but...

Past:
Here is a link to the presentation I gave last week titled "Reaching and Teaching Across Generations"


Screen shot from early in the presentation, the discussion was already lively.

Description of the webinar:Today's classrooms can containing up to four different generations of students - each generation having unique motivators, learning styles, and technology preferences. Examine generational differences, as well as pedagogical strategies and techniques to best engage your entire classroom.

It was a lively discussion with good input from the attendees. I hope they had as much fun in the webinar as I did presenting and interacting with them.

You can go to Kapp MATEC Webinar Search

See the slides that were used for the presentation here.

Present:
On Thursday December 17th at 2 PM Eastern Time. I will be on a fascinating panel.

The Future of eLearning Content
Here is a description.
With New Year's Day just weeks away, predictions of what's in and what's out will soon be here. Get a jump on the training industry prognosticators and decide for yourself what matters most by registering for Meridian Knowledge Solutions' "Future of eLearning Content" webinar. The webinar begins on December 17, 2009, at 2 p.m. Eastern Time.

If you're responsible for buying or managing your organization's training content, don't miss this free, 45-minute online discussion.

Our online panel of content vendors and elearning bloggers will riff about the ways learning management technology, mobile applications and social media is already shaping (and will likely affect) the elearning content you'll buy next year.

The "Future of eLearning Content" webinar will cover:
  • New, streamlined ways to buy content
  • Innovations in delivering and managing content
  • Fresh approaches to instructing learners
  • Requirements for transferring knowledge
And best of all, you'll have the chance to not only hear what's fact and fad with regard to elearning content but also have your questions answered by our experts.

Save your seat by registering today at: https://eval.webex.com/eval/onstage/g.php?d=928360548&t=a.

The panelists are:
John Ambrose
Janet Clarey
Karl Kapp
James Moss
John Ambrose
Senior Vice President, Strategy, Corporate Development and Emerging Business, SkillSoft
Janet Clarey
Sr. Researcher, Brandon Hall Research blogger, and author of research reports ranging from Web-based collaboration and learning in the workplace to blended learning and e-learning 2.0
Karl Kapp, Ed.D.
Professor of Instructional Technology Bloomsburg Univ., chief blogger for the elearning blog "Kapp Notes", and co-author of the newly released book, "Learning in 3D"
James Moss
Learning & Development Lead, Vivid Learning Systems
Moderator: James Friesen Content Guru, Meridian Knowledge Solutions
See you there.

Future:
On Tuesday January 19, 2010 as part of the eLearning Guild's Thought Leader Series I will be co-presenting with Tony O'Driscoll in a webinar titled Learning in 3D: Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration at 10:30 AM PST.

Here is a description of the webinar:

Virtual Immersive Environments (VIEs) are gaining attention but are they effective or a fad? Unfortunately, there are few guidelines to inform the development and creation of effective 3D Learning Events. In this session, we will examine a model for effectively thinking about and deploying 3D learning and collaboration spaces within your organization, explore how different design principles and learning archetypes lead to success and analyze case studies of organizations that have successfully combined formal and informal learning within these virtual spaces. This session provides educators, corporate trainers and others with valuable information on how 3D worlds foster and promote informal and formal learning and collaboration within and across organizations
This presentation is based on the publication of the new book "Learning in 3D" due out in January 2010.



You must be a member of the Guild to register, but, if you are not a member, you should become one. Here is the information you need to register.


Also,I will be appearing "in person" at the MPICT Winter Conference where I will be presenting a keynote address titled Leveraging Virtual Worlds, Web 2.0 and Smartphones for Educational Excellence.

I will also be appearing "in person" at ASTD TechKnowledge in Las Vegas on Friday, January 29th from Friday, 10:00AM-11:30AM

Please if you attend one of these events, stop by and say "hi" virtually or even in person if it is a live event. I love to meet people and say hello.
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3 comments:

Mark Copeman said...

Hey Karl - the webinar on Thursday looks great... real shame I can't be there - if you're able to post the recorded link, I'd be grateful.

Great things going on 8.45 Club-style at the moment - feel free to use us as one of your examples of innnovation on the call ;-)

Cheers and Happy Christmas,
Mark

Kristine said...

Yes, I was a participant at "Reaching and Teaching Across Generations" and we did have a lot of fun! Thank you for letting us interact with you and with each other.

Karl Kapp said...

Kristine, thanks for stopping by and saying "hello" you contributed great ideas to the webinar, much appreciated.