In this discussion, we’ll explore abstract scientific studies and tie them down to methods, tools, and techniques that will create better elearning—elearning that succeeds because it’s tailored to the way that the brain works. We’ll use practical examples to demonstrate ways in which science can be deftly applied to create training that will change student behavior, enabling them to do what they hadn’t been able to do before.
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When I was in ‘big corporate’ we were fortunate enough to be able to afford people like Clark Quinn to help frame our strategies and goals. I really miss those days, and it’s conferences like yours that allow the individual professional the opportunity to tap into mindsets like his!
Dr. Kevin Gumienny
Dr. Kevin Gumienny is senior instructional designer for MicroAssist Elearning Group. He has more than 20 years’ experience in adult learning. Dr. Gumienny has a diverse background in adult learning, instructional design, and technical writing. In addition to his work at MicroAssist, he has created, developed, and implemented adult learning solutions at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Stony Brook University. He has a passion for sharing knowledge about online training, and has organized user groups that focus on development tools for elearning and given presentations at several regional conferences.