One of my biggest frustrations in life is that there’s always so much to learn and so little time. With a world of knowledge at our fingertips, how do we hone in on what’s most important at any given moment? And how do we ensure we’re learning what we need to learn to do our jobs effectively?
Did you or your organization face a training challenge that was solved with the help of technology? Was it so successful that your colleagues in learning can benefit from it?
The Society for Applied Learning Technology is hosting its New Learning Technologies conference in Orlando from January 31 through February 2, 2007 and is looking for presentations or case studies to be shared with attendees.
Attendees are particularly interested in presentations which provide case studies which identify the training or learning challenge and then describe the use of specific technology or technological approaches to resolve the problem. Other preferred presentations are those which involve clients or customers who have been involved in the needs and analysis and “solution implementation.” Participants at SALT conferences are interested in how these new and developing technologies can help them assess and improve performance.
One of the conference tracks is focused on e-learning, so perhaps your case study could describe the challenge you faced and how Articulate elearning software helped you resolve it.
Learn more about the SALT call for papers, then be sure to submit your abstract by September 15, 2006.