Learning designers are trying to use 20th century methodologies to solve 21st century problems. It’s time to re-think the very principles of learning design to address today and tomorrow’s 24/7/365, global, mobile world, and to take advantage of 21st century opportunities for innovation.
In this free webinar from The eLearning Guild, you will develop a deeper understanding of 21st century organizational challenges, examine the strengths and weaknesses of various methodologies when applied to learning design, and together define a new set of 21st century learning design principles.
Join Lance Dublin on Wednesday, October 9 at 10:00 AM PT and learn:
- How six methodologies each impact learning design
- About 21st century learning technologies and approaches
- Eight principles of new learning design
Learn more or register now at: http://bit.ly/19fQFFD
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