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Top 10 Instructional Design Tips

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Katie Egan, CEO, CourseArc

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The best online courses are rooted in design best practices and informed by educational science. Join us to learn our top 10 instructional design tips to improve development and the quality of learning. We’ll share the latest brain research, plus how to apply design fundamentals to improve your digital content and elevate the learner experience. All registered participants will receive a design fundamentals handout.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Apply basic color theory to improve the accessibility of content.
  • Use typography to communicate clearly and effectively.
  • Use the findings of recent brain research to improve learner retention and performance.


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Katie Egan
Katie Egan

CEO, CourseArc

Katie Egan is the CEO and co-founder of CourseArc. Like many entrepreneurs, Katie realized the only way to find the right solution that met all her needs was to create it. Katie banded together with Bethany Meyer, and in 2015, CourseArc was born. Prior to developing CourseArc, Katie spent her career as a dedicated teacher and often found herself feeling frustrated with the lack of technologies that integrated well into the classroom. She realized she could have a greater impact on the lives of learners everywhere by empowering educators to integrate better methods and technologies. That led her to pursue her master of instructional design from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) in 2004. In addition to running the show at CourseArc, Katie co-founded HowGirlsCode, a nonprofit that offers after school technology programs for elementary school-aged girls. 


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