Micro-learning has emerged as a methodology to provide just-in-time training and assessment for a specific job function. These short simulations where users must demonstrate their mastery of a completed task is rapidly becoming a required feature in corporate training.
This session will offer five current solutions on how micro-learning can be implemented to your corporate portfolio. We will explore Augmented Reality, 3D Virtual Reality and simulated experiences ranging from very low to high-end cost.
You will learn about:
- Articulate Rise as a low-cost, low maintenance development platform
- Augmented reality development for fast task mastery
- 3D virtual reality for deep learning solutions in micro bursts
What: Advancing Tech and Microlearning: A Perfect Blend
When: Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 6:00-6:30 PM Networking; 6:30 – 8:15 PM Session
Where: Illinois Institute of Technology, Tech Central, 3424 S. State Street, Room 225, Chicago, IL 60616.
There is parking across the street, and the building is accessible by Red and Green CTA lines.
How Much: No Charge
Who: Dennis Glenn, MFA is an adjunct professor at DePaul University Graduate School for New Learning where he teaches in two domains: engaging social media, and mastery learning using serious games. His instructional design and eLearning experience was honed when he joined Northwestern University as manager of the advanced media production studio. In 2001, Glenn was promoted to assistant dean for distributed education at the School of Communication where he was the Director of the Distributed Learning Center. Dennis is also president of his own consulting firm and has designed interactive virtual patients for the medical industry that assess the cognitive decision-making abilities of surgeons, doctors, and nurses. He has created learning and assessment simulations for Pearson Learning, Baxter, Abbott Labs, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists and over twenty-five medical schools.