Hosted in partnership with LearningMate.
The 2020 pandemic highlighted the need for flexible, just-in-time learning design. Many educators found themselves designing courses and lessons “for now.” Instead of designing for now, how can we design with a lens towards the future when the future is unknown? Learn how National Education Partners (NEP), National University’s Workforce Education Solutions, and LearningMate partnered for a challenging task: ensure a quality hybrid online learning experience through the redesign of an in-person, 8-hour training workshop for law enforcement officers. This webcast will provide insights into design challenges, collaborative efforts, stakeholder buy-in, strategies for a future design lens, and scalable learning object designs for potential reuse throughout the larger university system.
Register today for "Future-Grounded Design: Innovative Solutions to Emerging eLearning Design Challenge" on October 14 at 9:00 AM PDT / 10:00 AM MDT / 11:00 AM CDT / 12:00 PM EDT.
WCET webcasts take place via Zoom. Follow the Twitter feed at #WCETwebcast. The webcast conversation is free and open to all.
The webcast will be recorded and available on the webpage shortly after the live session.
Terri Herron, Director, Customized Education, National Education Partners
Teri Herron has been working in higher education for 25 years in a variety of capacities from academic libraries, to faculty, to curriculum design and assessment. In her current role, she utilizes her myriad experiences and harnesses her creativity to design impactful and meaningful experiences for learners across disciplines and industries. Her main focus is on future-grounded design methods and mindset in order to get the most out of the work of curriculum design now and in the future.
Shane Strup, Director, Curriculum and Instructional Design, Center for Innovation in Learning, National University
As the director of curriculum and instructional design at National University, Shane Strup leads a team of talented instructional designers and a senior learning resources curator, all of whom collaborate to support the online curriculum and training development for all the programs within the three colleges at National University.
Shelley Zimmerman, Adjunct Professor, National University/POST
Shelley Zimmerman is an adjunct professor at National University focusing on public safety and leadership. A 35-year law enforcement professional recognized for community outreach initiatives and innovative solutions to achieve safer neighborhoods, Shelley believes public safety is a shared responsibility. During her tenure as chief of police (2014-2018), San Diego experienced historic low crime rates, including the lowest homicide rate per capita of any of the largest cities in the country, and in 2017 was named the safest large city in America.
Jackie Ricords, Transform Evangelist, LearningMate
Jackie uses her teaching and faculty collaboration experience to partner with institutions for LearningMate’s Higher Education Services projects.