The LINGOs team and Advisory Committee planning the LINGOs 2013 Member Meeting are abuzz with excitement and we hope our members are, too!
LINGOs 2013 Member Meeting is being hosted at the Washington, DC offices of PATH October 16 and 17.
The agenda is filling up with sessions facilitated by members of our community, invited speakers and LINGOs team members.
Entrepreneurial approaches to build capacity – Liziane Silva
We look forward to introducing you to keynoter Liziane Silva, a young entrepreneur from Brazil who brings a field-based perspective and entrepreneurial approach to building capacity. Her company, INK, aims to inspire, form and connect people and organizations to create, build and transform their realities through entrepreneurial action. We got to know Liziane as she’s trained more than 500 people and a network of facilitators in project management in Brazil. She is also developing projects to build capacities in different knowledge areas, as Strategic Planning, Communications, Impact Strategies, Fundraising, Laws and Financial Organization. Liziane will share her experiences both as a facilitator and as an employee of social organizations aiming to strengthen management capacities to achieve broader and deeper impact.
Personalizing and Reinforcing Learning – Ron Price
Many of our members have had the pleasure of meeting keynoter Ron Price, Senior Vice President of Yukon Learning at eLearning Guild events and Yukon training workshops on Articulate Studio and Storyline rapid eLearning authoring tools. Ron brings a distinctive, holistic, and dynamic approach to organizational learning, springing from over 30 years of combined experience in organization development consulting, instructional design, business coaching, leadership development, experiential education, public speaking, and relational ministry. Ron has consulted with organizations from an assortment of industries of various sizes – from large institutions (UNC – Kenan Flagler, Duke – Fuqua School of Business, Kaiser-Permanente, AT&T, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Harvard Business School, Outward Bound) to small organizations (church congregations, camps, schools, youth groups, community organizations).
Ron will share his experience and knowledge of personalizing learning and reinforcing the learning to enhance application of new skills and knowledge on the job. Friday, Ron will lead a workshop on Storyline. Participants will gain experience and ability to use storyboards, chunk learning with the “Big Idea” process and use Storyline to create learning resources for their global staff.
Concurrent Sessions: Buzz, Blend and Bandwidth
Sessions will help you give your learners a “buzz”, help you use a mixture of resources to “blend” your program and give you ideas to make maximum use of the limited “bandwidth” we all have available – both figuratively and literally.
The Initial Menu of Concurrent Sessions:
Communicating with learners
Telling the story of organizational learning to Execs, CDs, Managers and Donors
Champions speed adoption of learning
Engaging field-based programmatic partners with an entrepreneurial approach
Building Capacity through mentoring and shadowing
Just add MOOC? Considerations for designing your organizational learning menu
Microteaching to build trainers – virtually and in person
LINGOs project services learning labs serves up interesting results
Getting started with eLearning in your organization
Building multi-media learning without a multi-media budget or producer
In addition to sessions facilitated by familiar faces of many fellow members, members will enjoy the sessions facilitated by some lesser known LINGOs team members:
- Not just fun and games: Strengthening Engagement and Application with Gamification with Juan Manuel Palacios and Gus Curran
- Launching new learning products, lessons from Last Mile Learning – with Mike Culligan
- Microteaching to build trainers – virtually and in person with Roger Steele
- Maximizing results with innovative approaches – John Cropper and Roger Steele
- Partners, Paths and Platforms, Oh My: Update from LINGOs with Eric Berg
Networking, Resources and Fun
Bypopular request, LINGOs 2013 includes a networking platform through which participants can meet, share resources and network before, during and after the meeting. We’ll be able to share updates on the agenda, social events (including welcome reception at fellow member NDI’s offices), and resources. Stay tuned!
For those who want more! Members can choose from two optional workshops on Friday October 18.
Storyline and the “Big Idea”: Gain concepts and skills for rapid eLearning course development with Ron Price (full day)
Participants in this highly engaging and interactive full-day workshop will learn or build skills in the use of Articulate Storyline while creating and/or customizing a general course on how to be a successful self-directed learner. This introductory – intermediate course is geared for those relatively new to rapid eLearning and those with some skills who want to learn to use Storyline.
Our goal is for participants to leave the workshop with skills to use Storyline, and a course they can upload to their organizational LMS upon completion of the workshop.
Participants will gain experience and ability to:
- Use storyboards to build courses
- Chunk learning with the “Big Idea” process
- Use Storyline to create learning resources for their global staff
Participants should bring their own computer with Storyline installed and organizational assets including logo and branding guidelines.
Getting started or re-booting your organizational learning program with LINGOs (half day)
If you or your organization is new to LINGOs, or your organizational learning program has been sidelined and you are ready to reboot it – or you just want to get more from your LINGOs membership, this is the workshop for you!
Participants will leave this half day workshop with a plan that identifies:
- Top organizational learning priorities
- Benchmarks and metrics for success
- Quick wins for your organization to leverage your LINGOs membership
Registration is now open!
We look forward to a fabulous event with our members October 16-17 and optional workshops Friday October 18 at the DC offices of PATH.