Preconference Workshop Announced: Using Design Thinking to Craft Learning Experiences

Created: Friday, January 19, 2018, posted by Sapphire Indezine at 10:00 am



eLearning GuildThe 21st-century workforce is unique; people have endless options for learning in the ways that best meet their needs.

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Connie Malamed
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The Using Design Thinking to Craft Learning Experiences workshop is a full-day preconference session of the Learning Solutions Conference 2018, in Orlando Florida on March 25th. You can find out more on the Learning Solutions 2018 site.

The 21st-century workforce is unique; people have endless options for learning in the ways that best meet their needs. Yet many of the design and development models in L&D are decades old. That’s where design thinking comes in. It’s a modern approach to creative problem-solving that’s iterative, collaborative, and experimental. And it’s also fun!

Join this workshop to explore an entire design thinking cycle. You will work through every stage of the process, applying and adapting best practices that will work for you and your organization, including user interviews, prototyping, and iterative design. You will see how this unique approach can stimulate ideas for creative, human-centered solutions that fit the modern workplace.


About Connie Malamed and The eLearning Coach

Connie MalamedConnie Malamed is a consultant, author, and speaker in the fields of online learning, visual communication, and information design. She has helped nonprofit, government, and corporate clients transform their content into interactive learning experiences for more than 20 years. Connie is the author of Visual Design Solutions and Visual Language for Designers. She publishes The eLearning Coach website and podcast. Connie has degrees in art education and instructional design.

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