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FREE Online Conference

Explore the world of eLearning.
Come one come all.

iSpring Days 2022 is an online conference where top industry experts will gather to share their insights on how to easily launch successful and meaningful eLearning programs. It's free to participate, so please join us!
iSpring Days 2022
June 16th - June 17th
Anyone and everyone! Whoever wants to explore eLearning is welcome to attend iSpring Days. The conference will be especially useful for:
Who can sign up to attend iSpring Days?
eLearning newbies
newbies
Instructional designers
L&D specialists
HR specialists
Department managers
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What will I learn?
iSpring Days speakers will guide you through all the ins and outs of launching and sustaining a successful eLearning program.
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Track and measure the ROI of your eLearning program
Work with subject-matter experts
Design beautiful and effective content in PowerPoint
Build interactive role-plays
Utilize branching scenarios in eLearning
Create storyboards
Develop effective online courses
Launch eLearning at your company
After the conference,
you'll be able to confidently:
Meet the eLearning speakers for iSpring Days 2022
Emily Wood
Tom McDowall
Kevin Siegel
Marina Arshavskiy
Raul Pop
Natalie Taylor
Tiana Ray
Kate Nicholson
John Seagal
An award-winning senior-level development manager of learning and education with over 15 years experience in design, eLearning, and instructional design.
Emily Wood
Senior instructional designer and chief eLearning geek at Evolve Learning Design.
Tom McDowall
A Certified Technical Trainer (CTT), Certified Master Trainer (CMT), and Certified Online Training Professional (COTP) as well as the founder and president of IconLogic.
Kevin Siegel
An eLearning expert at iSpring.
Natalie Taylor
A seasoned learning architect at OneSpan, an iSpring client.
Raul Pop
An award-winning instructional design and eLearning expert and founder of the eLearning consulting company, Your eLearning World.
Marina Arshavskiy
A sales training specialist at iSpring.
Tiana Ray
iSpring Sales Manager.
Inna Solar
Technical Support Engineer at iSpring.
Kate Nicholson
Customer success manager at iSpring.
John Seagal
Unlock the potential of eLearning
Not sure whether eLearning is something you need? See why the most successful companies around the world run on eLearning.
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No need to pay travel expenses for trainers to drive and fly around the world from one department to another. Thousands of employees can train at the same time!
Better results. A fraction of the cost.
Learners retain 5 times more knowledge after completing eLearning courses than after attending classroom sessions. Not to mention that the eLearning experience is much more fun!
Less trainings.
Better learner retention.
Checking quiz results, reminding learners of deadlines and sending out new assignments can drive administrators and instructors up a wall. eLearning tools do all that for you, giving you time to focus on more important tasks.
No more long to-do lists.
Streamline routine tasks.
If you have the right tool, course design is ultrafast. And if you need to make any updates or changes, you can do so in a few clicks.
Create content in minutes. Update in seconds.
The quality and effectiveness of face to face trainings can vary significantly depending on the trainer. Creating eLearning courses ensures consistency, while allowing you to tailor your content with individual learning tracks. The best of both worlds!
Standardized courses.
Still a personalized experience.
While in-person sessions require learners to be physically present, eLearning 'classrooms' are everywhere! Learners can study on the bus, in bed, on a plane, or anywhere else on the planet.
Trainings. Here. There. Everywhere.
iSpring Days 2022 Schedule
Introduction
Launching eLearning: What You Need to Know Beforehand
Course Design: How to Develop
Easy-to-Learn Content in PowerPoint
Learning Paths: All You Need to Know
eLearning Metrics and Results: How to measure success
Case Study: Onboarding in the iSpring Sales Department
Welcome to iSpring Days!
How to identify the main objectives and business goals of your eLearning project
Basic rules of designing a course
How to manage trainees from different departments
How to measure the effectiveness of your eLearning program by viewing LMS reports and linking them with company metrics
How we identified an issue and found a solution
How to get your director on board with eLearning
How to use visuals to enhance the learner experience
How to develop learning paths
Why saving money on corporate training isn't the ultimate goal
Formulating expectations: how will eLearning benefit your business?
Full cycle of eLearning development at iSpring: from determining needs to upload training programs to our LMS and assessing their impact.
How to choose the perfect LMS and authoring tool for your needs
PowerPoint tips and tricks that will make your slides really pop
How to create a learning path for every role profile
How to identify and fix issues in business processes with eLearning analytics
How to link eLearning metrics with KPI
How to save money while providing high quality eLearning
Easy to manage visuals is one key to eLearning success
Downloadable checklist for choosing eLearning software
June 16, 11 am - 5 PM
John Seagal
Kevin Siegel
Emily Wood
Natalie Taylor
Tiana Ray
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Getting eLearning up and running
Introduction
Scenario-Based Learning: How to turn boring courses into engaging experiences
How to Build a Role-Play from Scratch with iSpring
Getting the most out of your SME relationships
How to Sell eLearning to Your Employees
Welcome back for round number two!
The basic theory of the scenario-based learning approach
Practical workshop for iSpring Suite
How to work with a subject-matter expert in eLearning
How to conduct an inner PR-campaign on eLearning
The elements of an effective eLearning scenario
An overview of role-plays and how to utilize them
Formulating a winning strategy of working with SMEs
How to help employees realize the value of training
How to create scenarios for different types of content
The key features of the iSpring dialogue simulation tool
How to find real SMEs and filter out the pretend SMEs
How to engage employees in the training process
How to choose between simple and complex scenarios
Keeping your complex branching dialogue scenarios clear and organized
How to create an interactive role-play from scratch
Examples of successful scenario-based learning
June 17, 11 am - 4 PM
Marina Arshavskiy
Inna Solar and Kate Nicholson
Tom McDowall
Raul Pop
11:00
11:20
11:20
12:20
12:40
13:40
13:40
14:40
15:00
16:00
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Taking eLearning to the next level
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