I presented Marketing Training to Austin ASTD and decided to capture those thoughts in a Prezi. Presenting the value of training to decision makers is part of the core mission of the E-Learning Council. Creating good marketing for training products is vital to the ongoing success of training departments. Please comment and add your thoughts.
If you’re in corporate training, you’ve probably heard the term “communities of practice” before. Did you know that communities of practice are now evolving because of web 2.0 technologies? Get refreshed on the concept and see how web 2.0 is transforming the way organizations conduct performance support for critical tasks. Bloomfire's got the inside scoop—after all, organizations such as Kellogg’s and Overstock.com use their platform to create communities of practice.
[This interview is syndicated to the eLearning Council by Bloomfire's Blog, whose senior editor, Nemo Chu, conducts regular interviews with movers and shakers in the training and development world. The Bloomfire team also hosts regular free webinars, including an upcoming one on Building Effective Communities of Practice.]
Dr. Allen Partridge is the eLearning Evangelist for Adobe. In addition to his work for Adobe Systems, he continues to serve on the doctoral faculty in the Communications Media and Instructional Technology program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Allen has written several books and a host of articles on topics ranging from 3D game development to Instructional Design for new technologies. He is active in explorations of Immersive Learning as well as traditional multimedia enhanced eLearning and rapid eLearning. Allen works closely with the eLearning Suite and Captivate teams at Adobe, providing a channel to customer needs and concerns and helping facilitate communication among team members.
The Articulate User Group in the Austin area will have its first meeting.
Thursday, July 8
1:00 to 3:00 pm
200 E. Riverside Dr, Classroom E (map attached)
There is plenty of parking and the main entrance is clearly marked. Please check in with the Security Guard and obtain a visitor badge (sticker). Tell security you are there for the Articulate User Group meeting.