Kineo Announce Summer Webinar Series

Ever wondered how to make your elearning ‘Interactive’ (and what that really means), or how to establish a learning vocabulary that everyone can understand? Does selecting the right LMS leave you pulling your hair out? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, then Kineo’s summer webinar series is for you. Join us in three upcoming free webinars.

Over a series of 3 1-hour webinars, Kineo will be exploring the often-asked questions of those working in the elearning industry. The series looks at what language to use to ensure people outside of the elearning team understand (using design models), how to ensure that learners actually engage with the material you produce, and finally, how to choose that all-important LMS through which to launch and track the learners progress.

Join Cammy Bean, Kineo US Vice President of Design, and colleagues in these webinars:

Does selecting the right LMS have you pulling your hair out?

If selecting the right LMS leaves you pulling your hair out, then join the fist webinar where Kineo will share best practices for using this process and set you on your way to selecting the right LMS.

Thursday August 16th, 4:30 BST / 10.30am US Central Time

Is your eLearning Interactive? (and What does that even mean?)

Join Kineo’s second webinar for examples of what good (and bad!) interactivity looks like and the change to share your examples.

Thursday September 13th, 4:30pm BST / 10:30am US Central Time

Parlez-Vous Instructional Design?

The final webinar in the series sees Kineo share a selection of design models and examples of them in use.

Thursday September 27th, 4:30pm BST / 10:30am US Central Time

For more information and to connect with your local Solutions Consultant on how Kineo can help your business identify and meet its e-learning needs, get in touch via email, or fill out the contact form.

Or join the discussion in Kineo’s eLearning Professionals group on LinkedIn where over 5,000 e-learning professionals are already sharing their knowledge, tips, and examples of best practice.