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

A Smorgasbord – Designing New Learning and Teaching Models at Metropolitan Community College

October 14, 2015

Facilitators: Karen Wegner, Kim Whiteside, Tammy Green, and Pam Perry


Have you ever wanted to “look inside” another organization to see new learning tools and approaches that are being implemented? During this onsite visit to Metropolitan Community College, participants will see and discuss a smorgasbord of innovative approaches to instructional design and delivery. Program facilitators will use examples and methodologies from customized training solutions designed and delivered by Metropolitan Community College (MCC) and its partners. At registration, participants will select one approach from a list of four options. 

To enable active involvement, robust discussion and peer-to-peer learning, participants will review e-resources, such as examples, videos and/or case studies, in advance of the program as part of a flipped learning model.

Interactive Learning Groups (select one)

  1. Scenario-based, Blended eLearning Design Facilitator: Karen Wegner, Instructional Designer, Metropolitan Community College
  2. Job and Task Analysis – Facilitator: Tammy Green, Grant Manager, Metropolitan Community College
  3. Personalized Learning (e.g., MOOCs, Open Educational Resources, Universal Design for Learning) – Facilitator: Kim Whiteside, Instructional Systems Designer, Metropolitan Community College
  4. Innovation in the Making– Facilitator: Pam Perry, Director College and Workforce Innovation, Metropolitan Community College

Learn More and Register Today!


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Welcome New and Renewing Members

Sean Bilodeau, McGladrey LLP
Joel Damon, First National Bank
Jamie Dawson, PenFed Credit Union
Lesa Deeker, Best Care EAP
Tamara Dowling, Lincoln Financial Group
Kayla Espinoza, C&A Industries
Gerard Forbes, Gordmans
Rachel Fox, Avantas
Susan Hamilton, PenFed Credit Union
Abbey Howard, Kiewit Corporation
Hallie Kammeyer, Mutual of Omaha
Courtney Klatt, NMC, Inc.
Christine Loyer, Union Pacific Railroad
Carolyn Moses, Jenny Craig
Erin Murray, The Maids International
Stefanie Patterson, Applied Underwriters
Sabrina Printz, Gordmans
Brandon Raddish, Bellevue University
Brittni Redding, Boys Town
Scott Schreiter, Gordmans
Robyn Schroeder, Mutual of Omaha
Denise Seaman, Railway Education Bureau
Ashley Smith, First National Bank
Kristi Stewart, First National Bank
Kathy Swensen, Swensen & Associates
Beth Swinney, Gordmans
Melodi Szymczak, Allen Vanguard
Matt Wellwood, Gordmans
Carli Whitfield-Stoller, Gordmans

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ATD Nebraska achieved 100% CARE (Chapter Affiliation Requirements) 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 45‐50%.

The CARE 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 CARE requirements, click on the CARE 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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