- Tuesday, March 13, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Most e-learning design focuses on creating better "interactivity," thereby creating click-fatigue for our learners. More effective learning can be achieved through learning to tell better stories and involving our learner in it's telling. We will discuss how to make our stories stick. We will also discuss multiple ways to make our stories interactive. Lastly, we will discuss how and when to limit the stories we tell our learners.
Bryce Westcott is an avid storyteller and learning experience designer. He currently consults with businesses, companies, and teams to create story-driven digital experiences for learning. A story has a way of transporting someone into another experience. Those experiences result in transformation, which is paramount to learning. Bryce's passion for story-driven learning comes from a long history of exceptional experiences that must be told! From grand mistakes to exciting achievement, Bryce has done it all. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies as an e-learning developer, managed a chocolate cafe, spent time as pastor, and has even assisted with open-heart surgery. However, those are all stories for another time.
About the eLearning Special Interest Group (SIG)
The eLearning SIG provides opportunities to meet with other people doing elearning and share best practices and get current information.
This SIG is open to anyone.
If you have questions, please contact the SIG leader, Emily Wood, eLearningSIG@tdcascadia.org.