The LINGOs tenth anniversary member meeting was packed with many sessions and we’re excited that several presenters have offered to adapt and host their sessions as virtual classroom sessions.
You can get a sense of the fun and inspiration shared with participants at the workshop ” “Chop Shop: Stealing ideas, breaking them up and re-purposing them,” got some great ideas and sources of inspiration for developing eLearning” from co-leader Brian Washburn’s promo for the November session. Click on the image below to launch a short YouTube video, then read on for how you can participate in the Chop Shop Redux session on February 4th.
LINGOs Members Brian Washburn of SightLife and Shannon Cavallari of PATH will share an online version of their fabulous LINGOs 2014 Session “Chop Shop Redux.” In this online LINGOs Community Session they’ll provide participants with fresh ideas on how to develop engaging eLearning and new places to find creative inspiration.
By the end of this one hour virtual training session, participants will be able to…
- List potential sources of inspiration
- Re-purpose concepts from existing material to fit their organization’s learning needs
- Identify others in the LINGOs community who can serve as a “sounding board” when coming up with new ideas
Register Now so you don’t miss this opportunity to learn with Brian and Shannon, two of LINGOs Rock Star Members.
Brian Washburn, Global Training and Development Manager at SightLife. Brian writes the Train Like a Champion Blog. A Learning and Development professional with 14+ years of experience, he was named one of Training magazine’s 2011 Top Young Trainers.
Shannon Cavallari, Organizational eLearning Development and Delivery Manager at PATH. Shannon’s enthusiasm for learning and taking on new challenges is infectious. With over eight years of experience creating and managing training processes and practices, she’s consistently brought ideas and engagement to the LINGOs community.
If you missed it, you can catch LINGOs CEO Chris Proulx’s online version of his Member Meeting session “What Lessons from eCornell for the LINGOs community…Redux” by clicking on this link.