Webvent Academy

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Making E-Learning Stick

Wednesday, January 16, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Barbara Carnes, Founder, Carnes and Associates, Inc.

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How effective is the e-learning or live virtual class that you design and deliver? How much of the learning content do participants apply to their jobs? This webinar will share the latest research and best practices for e-learning and live virtual (“webinar”) training, discussing what works and what doesn’t, to support transfer of learning to the job. Based on Barbara’s new book Making E-Learning Stick, this webinar will present you with several techniques you can begin using right away with new or existing e-learning on any topic.

  • Use the Transfer of Technology-Supported Training model to increase the impact and application of e-learning.
  • Implement at least 3-5 techniques for increasing transfer of skills in your current e-learning and/or live virtual training programs.
  • Implement at least 3-5 techniques for increasing transfer of skills in future e-learning and/or live virtual training.
  • Describe and discuss how to make e-learning stick with managers and senior leaders.


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Barbara Carnes
Barbara Carnes

Founder, Carnes and Associates, Inc.

Barbara Carnes is a pioneer in the field of training transfer. She co-authored the first book on the subject, Making Training Stick. More recently she is the author of the books Making Learning Stick, and Making Training Stick: A Training Transfer Field Guide, and her newest book, Making E-Learning Stick.  Barbara is a frequent presenter at national and international training conferences, including the American Society for Training & Development, TechKnowledge, DevCon, the Canadian Society for Training & Development, Learning 3.0, and Creative Training Techniques. Barbara has a PhD in human and organizational systems from Fielding Graduate University, where her dissertation was on training transfer. Thousands of trainers enjoy her monthly mini-newsletter, Sticky Notes. 

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