Join us for our very unique "Distance/e-Learning/m-Learning Challenges" interactive workshop which will give 4 pre-selected volunteers the opportunity to present their challenges and then seek collective input from attendees for solutions. Challenges include:
"Transitioning Instructional Skills from the Traditional Classroom to the Virtual Classroom" co-presented by Travis Eschenmann: Director AAA University and Instructional Design, and Michelle Wu: Director of AAA Training & Development
"The Matrix Revelations Challenge: Designing Highly Flexible, Modular, and Easy to Use e-Learning" presented by Kristy Macellaro, CPLP and Training Specialist for People 2.0
"On-Line vs Live Training: Keeping Learners Focused and Engaged in the Virtual Classroom" presented by Craig Brody, Computer Software Training Consultant
"Introducing the New PADLA Website: User Feedback and Suggestions" presented by Rod Murray Ph.D., PADLA WebMaster and Executive Director of Academic Technology at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
The workshop will be followed by a special guided tour of AAA University's new state-of the-art facility.
About Our Meeting Host: AAA Mid-Atlantic believes learning is a continual process and has made a commitment to this philosophy by creating a culture of learning - where skills and knowledge are valued, recognized and rewarded. Each year its team of training professionals finds new and creative ways to engage associates in the learning process by providing them with contemporary programs and tools that make learning fun and interesting.
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