May 11, Thursday 12:00 pm EDT
Duration: 1 hour

How science fiction can help make your eLearning better!

In this webinar, we’ll explore the ways sci-fi can help you rethink how you create your content, and find out where L&D and sci-fi have some fascinating points of crossover.

One of the many reasons science fiction is so popular is that it poses a wide range of “what-if” questions and allows its audience to play with possible answers. But these ideas can do more than just entertain you — they can also inspire your work in L&D.

In this webinar, we’ll explore the ways sci-fi can help you rethink how you create your content, and find out where L&D and sci-fi have some fascinating points of crossover.

Topics covered:

  • New approaches to find the best “what-if” ideas and determine whether they can help you reach your learners
  • How to engage learners with storylines that you can borrow from the best sci-fi
  • Practical ways to apply concepts from science fiction to your e-Learning designs
Joe Ganci
President of eLearningJoe
Joe is the President of eLearningJoe. Joe has been developing e-Learning content since 1983. He consults clients all over the globe and writes professional articles and e-Learning tool reviews.

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