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Visual Learning: A Picture Is Worth an Hour of Training

Wednesday, May 13, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sheri Weppel, Director of E-Learning and Training Development, GP Strategies Corporation

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, it is easily worth an hour of training. As the time available for training continues to diminish, organizations need to be creative in how information is communicated to learners. An innovative solution to teaching a challenging project is to use visual learning, or communicating through images and video, instead of traditional training methods.

During this webinar, Sheri Weppel will provide easy-to-understand insights on the application of visual learning principles. Attendees will learn how to use:

  • infomercials to communicate a message
  • infographics to communicate statistics
  • animations to communicate processes and procedures.


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Sheri  Weppel
Sheri Weppel

Director of E-Learning and Training Development, GP Strategies Corporation

Sheri Weppel is the director of training and e-learning development at GP Strategies. She joined GP Strategies in 2009 and has more than 15 years’ experience designing, developing, and delivering interactive computer-based and web-based learning modules. Her role is to incorporate innovative instructional design techniques into the process and provide valuable input on the state of learning and best practices. Sheri recently completed an MS in learning sciences and technology with a focus in gaming for instruction at Lehigh University. She has also earned an MS in instructional design and development from Lehigh University and a BS in art education from Kutztown University.


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