SkillSoft Expert is International Guest Speaker at Australian Instructional Design Conference
27 February 2012
SkillSoft, a leading SaaS provider of e-learning and performance support solutions for global enterprises, will play a significant role in the 2012 Australian Instructional Design Conference on 21 March in Sydney with Sally Hovis, SkillSoft's Vice-President of Learning Design, showcasing her cutting edge presentation on learning design.
Sally Hovis is a leading expert and voice in learning design, having presented at dozens of engagements around the world and having worked at SkillSoft for 13 years.
Titled "Blended Learning: Critical Design Decisions", Sally will cover major blended learning design decisions such as what blended model to use, content scope, individual learner or cohort group design and content assets and delivery options.
The Australian Instructional Design Conference in Sydney will play host to a number of other experts who will showcase the evolution and growth of instructional design.
According to Rob Clarke, CEO, LearnX Foundation, the Australian Instructional Design Conference is jam packed with innovative and dynamic presentations, guaranteed to provide the most up-to-date information in all aspects of instructional design.
"Sally Hovis will showcase to learning professionals who are in the front-line of managing, designing, developing and delivering training what contemporary blended methods can be used to achieve optimum results," he said.
"SkillSoft continues to raise the bar in all aspects of e-learning so it is a coup to have such a high calibre speaker in Sally Hovis and for her to share her knowledge with the Australia audience."
WHEN: Wednesday 21 March 2012
WHERE: Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Sally will also be presenting at three SkillSoft forums starting in Melbourne on 19 March, Sydney on the 22 March and Brisbane on the 23 March. The one-hour workshops will delve into the strategies for learning transfer. To register your interest, email firstname.lastname@example.org.