Social Learning brings a lot of opportunity and challenge to the table when it comes to learning. Are your employees blocked from interacting on Facebook or LinkedIn due to a firewall and legal department? Is your learning content static and non-engaging? Does your organization nurture a true learning community? Are you interested in leveraging the knowledge of multiple subject matter experts, with minimal effort and cost? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, this session is for you.
This session will show participants how to make eLearning accessible, encourage participation from various users, and provide an interactive platform. This is easy to do through the synergy between Microsoft SharePoint and Articulate Rapid eLearning. SharePoint extends the life of your learning courses by incorporating threaded discussion forums, Wikis, and document libraries, all tied to your eLearning module in real time. You’ll learn how to connect SharePoint Web services with Articulate training modules, thus creating a dynamic learning environment. Participants with SharePoint and Articulate skills will learn how to employ a tool they can use immediately at their workplace.
In this session, you will learn:
· How to incorporate outside Web services into Articulate courses
· How to apply different SharePoint Web parts to your particular training needs
· How to familiarize yourself with different options to make your training material more compelling
· How to create dynamic data sources
· How to maintain and administer the data sources you create
Audience:Intermediate to advanced participants with some Articulate presenter knowledge.
You MUST register to access the webinar.
Registration must be handled at least two (2) days in advance of the presentation date so sign-on information can be distributed in a timely fashion. It is important that e-mail addresses are typed accurately so the information can be delivered.
When the sign-on information is sent to the participant, it will include the URL to download Webinar, as well as the phone number to be called at the time of the presentation. All participants will be able to both see and hear the material being presented.
On the day of the Webinar session:
1. Sign-on to the Webinar link e-mailed to you.
2. At the appropriate time, dial the phone number listed in the e-mail.
3. Follow the Webinar directions and you are ready for your meeting.
Monica Savage is President of Obsidian. She served as Vice President of Operations for Obsidian for four years with direct responsibility for ensuring the quality of all Obsidian’s processes and deliverables. Monica’s 15 years of experience have given her a structured yet flexible approach to efficient organization and successful management of complex processes and organizations. Her master’s degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering add depth to many of Obsidian’s scientific and technical projects.
Monica spent eight years in the chemical industry. There she gained expertise in Process Management, Quality Management, Process Improvement, Systems Implementation, Root Cause Analysis, and Teaching and Training. Her straightforward, collaborative approach to communication—both internally and with customers—and her creative problem solving abilities have been fundamental to Obsidian’s delivery of out-of-the box ideas and projects on time and on budget.