ATD Nebraska is dedicated to providing professional development 
for their members to improve workplace learning and performance.

ATD Nebraska presents:

How to Build Interactive eLearning &
How to Use Articulate Storyline to Build Interactive eLearning

A Two-Day Tom Kuhlmann Event!
February 10-11, 2015

Make sure to take advantage of special pricing by signing
up for both days on either registration page!

Day 1: How to Build Interactive eLearning:

A lot of people complain about boring eLearning courses because many of them are irrelevant, poorly designed, and interactivity is usually limited to clicking the next button. In this session, we’ll explore what interactive eLearning is and how you can take a step away from the typical click and read content.  

Tom Kuhlmann will focus on general concepts and ideas around developing interactive eLearning, and teach the attendees to move past the typical click and read courses. The concepts and ideas presented will allow for implementation in any authoring software.

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Define interactivity and where it’s most valuable
  • Determine when and where to apply resources for interactive eLearning
  • Discover the basic building blocks for interactive eLearning
  • Design interactive learning models that can be quickly applied to the next course

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Day 2: How to Use Articulate Storyline to Build Interactive eLearning:

Interested in exploring Articulate Storyline 2.0? Then we have a workshop for you! You’ll learn to create the basic interaction types in Articulate Storyline: click, mouseover, and drag/drop. Then, learn to apply these types of interactivity to your eLearning courses by examining some successful courses, deconstructing them, and building your own prototypes.

Tom Kuhlmann will provide a basic overview of the authoring process in Articulate Storyline 2.0 and allow learners to create their own interactive content.

By the end of the of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Create interactive content in Articulate Storyline 2.0
  • Deconstruct successful interactive modules
  • Build interactive module prototypes

Let's Meet the Speaker:  

Tom Kuhlmann

Tom Kuhlmann is the Chief Learning Architect for Articulate where he focuses on the organization’s learning initiatives and user community of about 130,000 members. He also writes the Rapid E-Learning Blog, and has worked with small and large organizations where Tom has crafted various learning programs.  

Looking to become more involved?
We are looking for a Director of Education!
For more information or to apply, click here!

Welcome New and Renewing Members

Lee Anne Brownfield, Union Pacific Railroad
Katie Christensen
Kathy Ciurej, First National Bank of Omaha
Krishna Clay, First National Bank of Omaha
Jenny Cuykendall, Pharmaceutical Technologies, Inc.
Tricia Danielsen, Meeting Tree Solutions, LLC
Vickie Douglas, Nebraska Medicine
Kathy Gochanour, First National Bank of Omaha
Cheryl Goodman, Metropolitan Community College
Patricia Harrold, Crew Training International
Jessica Havran, First National Bank of Omaha
Chris Hitchcock, West Corporation
Carol Horner, Synchronicity Training and Development
Jolene Jankowski, Hill Brothers Transportation
Krishelle McNeal, First National Bank of Omaha
Michael Merritt, HDR Inc.
Ann Messinger, First National Bank of Omaha
Peggy Moore, UNMC
Karen Rose, American Cancer Society
Stefanie Shanahan, Mutual of Omaha
Laura Wheelock, Early Out Services, Inc.
Shelly Whittaker, Gavilon

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ATD Nebraska achieved 100% CORE by successfully meeting all 18 requirements! Based on reported joint membership percentage, the chapter is also recognized as a Chapter Membership STAR with joint membership between 35‐50%.

The CORE membership goal helps establish that members of the national organization and its chapters are part of the same organization with shared valuable resources and a shared compelling mission that effectively meets members’ professional development needs. To learn more about our CORE requirements, click on the CORE Logo.

Our mission statement is to "enhance members' abilities to train, develop and support clients and organizations and our local global communities." We provide our 300+ members with quality resources, networking opportunities, and education to advanctheir skills as workplace learning and performance professionals.

ATD Nebraska is a local chapter of ATD (Association for Talent Development), which is the world's largest association dedicated to workplace learning and performance professionals.

ATD's members come from more than 100 countries and connect locally in almost 140 U.S. chapters and 25 Global Networks. Members work in thousands of organizations of all sizes, in government, as independent consultants, and suppliers.

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In honor of a fellow champion of learning and professional development, the ASTD Nebraska 2010 Board created The Julie Durmaskin Professional Education Scholarship.
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