Online Workshop

Scenario-Based E-Learning

Learn the step-by-step process of designing and developing scenario-based e-learning programs that heightens e-learners involving and learning. 


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This online certificate program starts October 14, 2010. 


Ray Jimenez, author, 3-Minute e-Learning, Scenario-Based Learning: Using Stories to Engage e-Learners and Do-it-Yourself e-Learning: 100 Ways to Simplify Design and Development. Ray is the systems architect for and 

Toni O’Dell, Author, Generational Differences and E-Learning Design; VP, Learning Design and Systems, 
Program Details
Scenario-Based e-Learning (SBL) is high-interactive and high-discovery method of learning that put the learner on the spot. They have proven to help learners learn in areas where the subjects involve risks, emotional experience, behavioral changes, decision making and judgment, in-depth technical skills, and social learning. Unfortunately, many approaches in SBL development tend to overkill SBL design – increasing costs and development time. In this session, you will learn the steps of constructing an SBL successfully, while keeping a lid on budget and time. 
This program will help you implement engaging SBLs. Conducted entirely online, this certificate program focuses on effective and cost-effective design and development – practical and useful, not theories or software use. 
This is an intensive certificate program. We will meet 4 times over a period of 2 weeks. Each session runs for 3 hours; the first two hours being instructor-led. During the remaining one hour, you will have the opportunity to do your homework on your own, or stay online and work with/ask questions of your instructor and peers.

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