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SIG Mtg: eLearning

  • 20 Jul 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual

Creating Engaging Learning Through Visual Design   

The effectiveness of any eLearning experience is only as good as the instructional design put into it. But can instructional design alone make eLearning engaging and effective? The truth is, good eLearning design is more than just instructional design. An engaging eLearning experience uses visual design, graphic design, and user interface design to help elevate the instructional design and learning experience.

In this one-hour webinar, participants will explore how to use visual communications to create engaging eLearning experiences. They’ll explore how to use visual communication techniques to visualize their learning content and help their learners “see” what they’re saying. Best of all, this session will focus on tips anyone can use, regardless of their current art or graphic design skills.

In this session, participants will discover:

  • How visual design is an integral component of effective learning.
  • How to implement basic techniques to visually communicate their learning content.
  • How to combine visual design with animations to add meaning to static content.
  • How to best utilize visual communications in the classroom

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About the Presenter:

Tim Slade is a speaker, author, and award-winning eLearning designer. Having spent the last decade working to help others elevate their eLearning and visual communications content, Tim has been recognized and awarded within the eLearning industry multiple times for his creative and innovative design aesthetics. Tim is a regular speaker at international eLearning conferences, is a recognized Articulate Super Hero, co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series, and author of: The eLearning Designer's Handbook - A Practical Guide to the eLearning Development Process for New eLearning Designers. Learn more at


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