This webinar presents two eLearning case studies, and examines how a particular software tool--Storyline 2--was used to enhance learning and performance. One of the case studies examines an order entry process of a mid-sized company and describes the motivational aspects of the performance intervention, as well as the systematic design and development of scenario-based learning.
These case studies illustrate why Storyline 2 was an appropriate component of the performance solution, and how its interactive features and elements contributed to learner success and content mastery.
About the Presenters: Curtis Pembrook and Sue Czeropski
Curtis Pembrook, M.ED, is a computer applications instructor and instructional designer at Mission College, and a learning strategist at Performance Instruction LLC. Curtis is an active member of the ISPI Bay Area Chapter. He has also designed and facilitated online courses for California Virtual Campus (CVC4), Mission College Workplace Learning, Cabrillo College Nursing, California Economic and Workforce Development, Valin Inc, Hospira, ATAC, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Curtis loves reading about and applying evidence-based research to the design and development of engaging learning experiences. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Education with emphasis on Media Studies at Fielding Graduate University.
Sue Czeropski, PhD, CPT, has 30+ years of experience in the training, development and HPT arena. She is the 2016 President of the ISPI Bay Area Boise State University Chapter and former President of the Capella University Chapter. Sue has presented at the ISPI annual conference and the CCCAOE (California Community College Association for Occupational Education) Conference and has published articles in the HPT field- in ISPI PIJ, Quality Progress, Training & Develop and Training. Sue possesses expertise in the entire learning cycle from conducting needs assessment to measuring ROI. An innovative change agent, Sue brings creative ideas and solutions to address business needs. She excels at building collaborative relationships where partnerships form to establish cost effective performance solutions, and has a strong record of accomplishments in envisioning change and driving initiatives that produce business results at all levels and functions within an organization. Her PhD in Education has a specialization in the Training and Performance from Capella University.