We just added a new page to our website to help members become published! STC offers an opportunity for members to publish news articles and other content on our award winning websites. We want to highlight these articles by providing quick links to the content. The new page contains a link to Kim Lindsey's article posted on the STC NEO website. Do you have content to share? Contact our SIG managers Robert Hershenow email@example.com or Mellissa Ruryk firstname.lastname@example.org. We have opportunities on our website and in our award winning newsletter, IDeaL: Design for Learning. See a list of Instructional Design and Learning related news articles on our News articles by members page. Visit our newsletter page for more great IDL content.
Sign up today and join the STC IDL SIG for "Using Scenarios to Help People Learn" by Kim Lindsey on May 21st, 2015. 10:30 am Pacific / 11:30 am Mountain / 12:30 pm Central / 1:30 pm Eastern Register on Eventbrite.
About the webinarThese days, there’s a lot of emphasis on using “scenarios” in training and development – even technical training. Is it all just hype? or can scenarios really make a difference? Join STC IDL SIG Member Kim Lindsey for an introduction to this training format. Together, we’ll answer questions like:
- How long do scenarios have to be?
- When are scenarios appropriate, and are there times when they are not appropriate?
- Are scenarios just for e-learning?
- Do you have to use video? audio? special software tools?
- Can scenarios be used in technical training?
- What is a “branching scenario”?
- What are some formats for writing drafts of scenario-based training?
About the presenterKim Lindsey is the eLearning & Instructional Design Manager at Cinécraft Productions Inc. in Cleveland Ohio. She is a Senior Member of STC and has held numerous offices in the Northeast Ohio STC chapter, including President; she is currently the chapter’s Webmaster. Kim has completed several certificate courses on scenario-based design from industry experts and enthusiastically shares how she has applied what she learned in real world projects. Register on Eventbrite.
Do you know anyone looking for a term project for their web design course? A newbie web programmer who needs experience for her professional portfolio? Some web dweeb who's especially altruistic and needs to rack up some volunteer hours for his community service sentence? Or perhaps you fit one of those descriptions?
IDL-SIG needs a Website AdministratorIDL-SIG's website has recently been transferred to the new STC domain. We are looking for a volunteer to help us maintain the website by keeping the contents current and if time permits, enhance it with some bells and whistles. If you are proficient with WordPress and know a thing or two about websites, we would be very grateful for your help. This job should not take you more than a couple of hours a week and is sure to add a shining star to your resume and LinkedIn page. Students, this is a great opportunity to build up your portfolio!
Interested?Interested? Contact Preeti Mathur or IDL Co-Managers Robert Hershenow or Mellissa Ruryk.
If you are a student member of STC and you volunteer to help at the Summit, you will receive free admission to the conference. Completed applications are due no later than Friday, April 6, 2015. Please click the links below for more information and an application. Student Volunteer Positions and Requirements Student Volunteer Application 03232015