Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

We know that visuals have the potential to make or break an eLearning event, but how do you know you’ve got the right ones? This course will present key principles of graphic and information design that will shift your visuals from blah to bam. While the principles apply to designing visuals across education contexts, examples will be drawn from eLearning courses with an emphasis on screen design considerations. You’ll leave with a guide you can apply when approaching your next visual presentation project.

Keywords

learning science, engagement, visual design

Related Website

http://www.inspired-ed.com/

Audience Focus

Both K-12 and Higher Education

Start Date

7-30-2015 3:00 PM

End Date

7-30-2015 4:00 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

With over 15 years in the education industry serving both the academic and professional association communities, Tracy Kings's in‐the‐trenches experience inspires her drive to research the intersection of neuroscience, technology, and learning design. She is a learning architect and education strategist; she shares her insights with audiences nationwide. Tracy has a Master's degree in Communication; she has enjoyed teaching communication theory and public speech at multiple academic centers to students around the world. She is an experienced speech coach and an invited speaker on NeuroEducation, bridging new discoveries in neuroscience to learning design and visual design. Tracy is the Associate Director of Education at the American Academy of Neurology focusing on developing a suite of online continuing medical education programs. She is also a consultant with InspirEd.

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Jul 30th, 3:00 PM Jul 30th, 4:00 PM

Learning Design for the Engaged Mind

We know that visuals have the potential to make or break an eLearning event, but how do you know you’ve got the right ones? This course will present key principles of graphic and information design that will shift your visuals from blah to bam. While the principles apply to designing visuals across education contexts, examples will be drawn from eLearning courses with an emphasis on screen design considerations. You’ll leave with a guide you can apply when approaching your next visual presentation project.

https://pubs.lib.umn.edu/minnesota-elearning-summit/2015/program/47