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Uncover e-Learning Best Practices from a CSTD Award-Winning Project

June 26, 2013
59m 12s

Learn how to leverage e-Learning to its full potential from someone who has succeeded in e-Learning. E-Learning is considered the way of the future for good reason: attractive cost-savings, flexibility, and convenience. To realize these benefits, you need to craft the training to meet a number of rigorous objectives.

Join Kevin Kernohan, senior production manager at Global Knowledge, and Ann Schuler, learning and development consultant at the Government of Alberta Human Services Ministry, as they lead you from beginning to end of the e-Learning development cycle. In partnership with the Government of Alberta, Global Knowledge developed the Critical Thinking in Action training program for employees throughout the province. Discover why this e-Learning program earned a CSTD Award for Training Excellence and how you can assimilate these best practices into your organization.

Kevin Kernohan with Ann Schuler

Kevin Kernohan is a senior production manager at Global Knowledge with expertise across all fields of e-Learning development. Kevin has had an extensive career in the Canadian e-Learning industry, where he has served as a developer, team lead, and instructional designer.

Ann Schuler is a learning and development consultant with the Government of Alberta Human Services Ministry in workforce development (WFD), human resources. Ann has a background in human resources, complemented by over a decade of experience working in adult education. Ann's experience in researching and utilizing various adult learning models and tools serves her well as she supports WFD's learning management system and exploration into alternative delivery modes.

What is your current relationship with e-Learning?
A) You have been contemplating e-Learning but aren't clear on the benefits.
B) You've tried it already, but it didn't bring the desired outcomes your organization needed.
C) e-What?