Canadian eLearning Conference 2018. July 13th. Toronto @cdnelearning




Hoy traemos a este espacio el Canadian eLearning Conference 2018.

Friday, July 13th, from 08:00 – 16:30
The Canadian Elearning Conference is a TWO day event
  • Thursday – Day One consists of 5 full-day Pre-Conference Workshops.
  • Friday – Day Two includes our Keynote, a wide selection of concurrent sessions to choose from, and our extremely popular Show-and-Share presentations.
Attendees are welcome to attend either or both days.

Concurrent Sessions
Click session titles to view detailed description.

Workshops – July 12, 2018

Thursday, July 12th, from 08:00 – 16:30
The Canadian Elearning Conference is a TWO day event
  • Thursday – Day One consists of 5 full-day Pre-Conference Workshops.
  • Friday – Day Two includes our Keynote, a wide selection of concurrent sessions to choose from, and our extremely popular Show-and-Share presentations.
Attendees are welcome to attend either or both days.

Thursday’s Agenda

Registration/Conference Breakfast – 7:30a – 8:30a
Pre-Conference Workshops  (includes breaks) – 8:30a – 4:30p
Lunch, included with registration – 12:00p – 1:00p
Cocktail and Hors D’oeuvre Mixer,    – 4:30p – 6:30p
for workshop only participants, presenters, and conference sponsors

Workshops

W1: 2-in-1 Workshop Bundle: Comics and Voiceovers I’ve Been Framed: How to Write Comics for L&D – Clint Clarkson– Voiceover Tips for Training Videos and Animations – Sarah Dewar, and Kataryna Nemethy

Conference Referrals:

Refer 2 people to the Canadian eLearning Conference and you will be entered into a draw for a free pre-conference workshop registration.  All your friends need to do when they register is select YES I heard about the Canadian eLearning Conference from a friend, and then type in your name.
**You must already be registered for a pre-conference workshop to be eligible for the draw.

Show & Share Winners from 2016

First Place: Privacy and Information Game Show Show and Share First Place - Derek Redmond_1
Winner:  Derek Redmond, Former LMS Administrator & Mandatory Training Coordinator| Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
About the Winner:
Derek has been developing eLearning for 2.5 years.  After receiving an initial 5 days of Show and Share First Place - Derek Redmond_2training, he has for the most part, been self-taught. Previously at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, Derek currently works at Baycrest Health Sciences as an eLearning Instructional Designer & Developer.


Second Place: SOS!  Serious Gaming to Save Our Seniors!Show and Share Second Place - Jennifer Reguindin_1

Winner:  Jennifer Reguindin, Interprofessional Educator Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research & Innovation in Long-Term Care
About the Winner:
Jennifer Reguindin BScN, MScN, RN, GNC(c) is an Interprofessional Educator for the Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care and is certified in healthcare simulation and gerontological nursing. She has been creating innovative education modules for the long-term care sector staff and students to help increase skills in communication, critical thinking, prioritization, and situational awareness.

Show & Share Winners from 2015

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Award for Best in Show:   
Better Taste with Fewer Calories: EPR Infomercial
Winner:
Sarah Dewar, Learning Specialist | Michael Garron Hospital (formerly known as Toronto East General)
About the Winner:
Sarah Dewar has been educating Healthcare workers for 15 years.  Since 2006, her focus has been on eLearning.  Sarah designs, develops and implements eLearning for TEGH and 9 community partners, as well as administering the LMS for the same group.  At latest count, there were almost 6000 learners using the shared LMS.  Lately, Sarah has been focusing more on video and game development.  She has a strong interest in animation, and sees that as her next challenge.

 2015_NoelleTangredi_eACHShowAndShare_CourseScreenshot12015_NoelleTangredi_eACHShowAndShare_CourseScreenshot2Award for People’s Choice:
Emergency Colour Codes 
Winner(s):
Noelle Tangredi, eLearning Developer/graphic designer | St. Joseph’s Health Care London
Development Team Members:
James Handyside, eLearning Instructional Designer | St. Joseph’s Health Care London
Cindy Cook, Content Expert | St. Joseph’s Health Care London
Brian Egan, Content Expert | St. Joseph’s Health Care London
About the Winner:
Noelle has a certificate in Vocational Art from Bealart, London ON. She has been designing learning materials in print for 20 years and for digital media for 12 years. Noelle has been an elearning developer and graphic designer for 14 years.


 Show & Share Winners from 2014

Award for Best in Show:    code_orange_module
Code Orange: Mass Casualty Incident
Winner:
Wade Strass, Former Senior Instructional Designer | Island Health
About the Winner:
As Senior Instructional Designer for Vancouver Island Health Authority’s Learning & Performance Support group, Wade worked with internal staff and external contractors to produce a variety of learning and performance supports, including e-learning modules such as Code Orange: Mass Casualty Incident.

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Award for People’s Choice:
Being Onboard with Gaming  
Winner:
Sarah Dewar, Learning Specialist | Michael Garron Hospital (formerly known as Toronto East General)
About the Winner:
Sarah Dewar has been educating Healthcare workers for 15 years.  Since 2006, her focus has been on eLearning.  Sarah designs, develops and implements eLearning for TEGH and 9 community partners, as well as administering the LMS for the same group.  At latest count, there were almost 6000 learners using the shared LMS.  Lately, Sarah has been focusing more on video and game development.  She has a strong interest in animation, and sees that as her next challenge.
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