The webinar, “Interactive Courses on a Shoestring Budget”, is taking place on Thursday, November 17, 2011, at three different time zones. Throughout the webinar, you'll discover some of today's most advanced strategies, big ideas, and little-known tactics that the world's leading thought leaders in eLearning are implementing to deliver experiences that not only make course creators happy, but actually anticipate what they will need to equip themselves in the future.
You will get to hear about best practices and tips for creating interactive courses, information about several tools that offer a great Return On Investment (ROI) which range from free tools to others that are moderately priced. The webinar will put forth new perspectives on means to face common challenges of eLearning course creation and maintain user experience design within the defined budgets as always relevant for any instructional designer.
Some of today's top cutting edge thought leaders at the webinar include:
- Vikas Joshi, Chairman and Managing Director, Harbinger Group
- D J Paxton, President of Professional Learning Board
- Jim Hanlin, President and Founder, Best Training Resources
- Lance Walker, Director, Productivity4You
The 60 minutes session will cover the topics such as: -
- Constituents of a learning & development budget
- Common challenges faced by course developers
- Situations where the budget goes for a toss
- Tools for every budget
- Scenarios with different budgets
- Recommended tools that prove effective in those situations
The rich presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. Join us as we outline how even a shoestring budget could work for you. Check out the timings for the webinar in three different time zones on the 17th November:
1) Register for US Friendly timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 am PST
2) Register for Europe friendly timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 am CET
3) Register for Australia friendly timings: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT
You can follow the hashtag #ICSB to see the twitter conversation before, during and after the webinar. Looking forward to meeting you all at the webinar where we learn to “Do more with Less”.