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E-Learning Council awards the 2010 E-Learning Council Outstanding Achievement Award to Sue Tedford

Sue Tedford and Sanjay NastaAUSTIN, TEXAS—May 25, 2010 - E-Learning Council is proud to announce that Sue Tedford, Distance Learning Specialist at the Texas Department of State Health Services was awarded the 2010 E-Learning Council Outstanding Achievement Award at E-Learning Symposium 2010 held in Austin, Texas.  

The E-Learning Council was formed to advocate the value of training to the leaders of organizations, to provide resources for practitioners to create high quality E-Learning, and to encourage peer-to-peer interaction between the people who create E-Learning.  Ms. Tedford embodies these goals.   Ms. Tedford is the go to resource for the Texas Department of State Health Services for the creation of learning that improves performance.  Indeed, she is often the go to resource for many organizations in Central Texas.   She helped form the Lectora User Group.   Ms. Tedford is a super connector for trainers, managers and practitioners

How are you training the YouTube Generation

How are you training the YouTube Generation at ELS 2010

Key Trends that Impact the Learning Industry - Dr. Raj Ramachandran, Accenture

Key Trends that Impact the Learning Industry - Dr. Raj Ramachandran, Accenture
Dr. Ramachandran gave a thoughtful presentation at E-Learning Symposium on the building of specialized skills using academies.   Topics covered included:

  • How do you take a person from Naive to a Master?
  • Continuous Learning Model
  • Deliberate Practice -- the need for 10,000 hours of Deliberate Practice to become an expert
  • What is a Learning Academy?

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ELS 2010 - Julie Preston - Are Games the Same

ELS 2010 - Julie Preston - Are Games the Same

Presentation from Enspire's Julie Preston "Are Games the Same?  Update the Blueprint for your E-Learning Process to Leverage Game Development Techniques."     In this presentation she talked about:

  • What is a Learning Game
  • Learning Process
  • Game Process
  • Game Types:  Casual Games, Platform Games, Adventure & Role-Playing Games, Alternate Reality Games,
  • Recommended Learning Game Process
  • Game Metrics

Ms. Preston also  provided a great checklist as well as resources for game development (attached below)

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