Come Experience different video apps and tools that can be used to enhance your training. You'll be amazed at how easy and cost-effective these tools are to use. The focus of this session will be on tools that aid in getting learning to stick. According to Tony Bingham, "The brain processes video images 60,000 times faster than it processes text." How can we make that work for us?
Compare design tools that engage the learner.
Discover ways to jazz up your learning design.
Sally Koppy, MSED is a Senior Instructional Designer for OptumRX, a 7-time ATD BEST award recipient. She earned a MSED specializing in Adult Education and a BA in Organizational Management. She currently serves as a National Advisor for ATD Chapter Leaders and is a Past President of the ATDKC chapter. Sally enjoys spending time with her husband, her children and their families (including 6 granddaughters), traveling and hiking.
Katrina Stansbury, MAM, is a Lead Instructional Designer for OptumRX. She earned a Masters in Management specializing in Instructional Design at Avila University and for helping adult learners. Katrina enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, playing softball, scrapbooking, party planning and shopping.
Book Swap! Have a book you are no longer using? Have a favorite book you have learned so much from and now are ready to pass on? Bring you book to the May meeting, “60 Seconds or Less Video & Tools.” Put your business card and a note inside the book letting the new owner know why you liked it, how you used it, and/or what you learned from it. We will have a table in the back for everyone to choose a new to them bit of old technology, a book. Following up to network to old owner is up to you.
(All left over books will be donated to the Friends of the Johnson County Library after personal information is removed.)
The red lines indicate preferred spots because they are closer to the entrance.
Location is the NW corner of 135th St and Metcalf.