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1 New! For Association Executives Certificate in Programming Online Online programming is growing and will become 50% of association professional development. But Gen Y and future generations of association members have a different set of preferences for delivery formats, leaving some of the formats associations use with little growth potential. Acquire the most advanced and indepth education and training in programming online for your association. Take back to your association the latest cutting-edge information and successful techniques and strategies from the foremost authorities in online learning and programming. Relevant for Blended These techniques are also essential for making your in-person events and education blended, also called hybrid or web enhanced. With blended learning have been shown to be superior, as well as financially advantageous, over traditional classroom instruction, almost every association in-person event is predicted to be blended within the next ten years. Who Should Attend The program is designed for both association executives, and association staff involved in instructional design and program delivery. You should send a team of two people, there is no additional cost for the second person. Association executives will get the information they need to design online program strategies moving forward, as well as information needed to manage online program budgeting, marketing and staffing. Executives will also want to experience for themselves the new delivery format that will dominate association online programming. Association staff involved in instructional design and program delivery will get the most advanced, latest practical how-to information, nuts and bolts, and steps involved in programming online with the new delivery format. You will receive information not available anywhere else. We guarantee it. Overview of the courses First, get a review of the online delivery formats and their future potential and keys to success. Get industry numbers on registrations, income and the techniques successful associations employ. Then discover the totally new and untapped online delivery method that will become the primary online delivery method for successful associations moving forward. Then learn about the online learning experience and find out how to build content, create interaction, and develop assessment for a successful online program. You will also understand how to teach online and what your presenters need to know to successfully teach online. Finally, based on you and your association s needs, choose an advanced area of professional development. You may choose a comprehensive course on developing online content, including content objects, audio, video, slides, visual and etools. Or you may choose our intensive course on engaging and interacting with your online participants and fostering online discussion. After successfully completing the program, you and your association will have the latest, most advanced training from some of the foremost experts in programming online. Individual Courses Association Programming Online, January 5-30, 2015, William A. Draves, CAE, and association guest discussion leaders. Advanced Teaching Online, February 2 27, 2015, Mary Dereshiwsky and William A. Draves, instructors. Choose one of: Advanced Designing Multimedia for elearning, March 2 20, 2015, Diana Howles and Dan Belhassen, instructors. Continual Engagement: Fostering Online Discussion, March 2-30, 2015, Mary Dereshiwsky, instructor. All three online courses, Just $995 for LERN member associations for a team of 2 people; $1,495 for other associations for a team of 2 people. Price includes books and materials. Guarantee: you will be satisfied, or you can apply your total fee towards another LERN product, service or activity. Books and materials included: Advanced Teaching Online, Fourth Edition, 2013, by William A. Draves. Continual Engagement: Fostering Online Discussion, 2014, by Mary Dereshiwsky Designing Visuals, Multimedia and etools, slides and handouts for Diana Howles and Dan Belhassen Association Programming Online, overview of online formats, benchmarks, and success guidelines. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 1

2 How the Online Courses Work How the Course Works It is easy to participate in your online course. After you register, you will be given a web address to go to get into your online classroom. You will have a password and use your address and password to gain access. Once inside the online classroom, here s what you can expect. Participate When You Want You can participate any time of day or evening. The online classroom is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There are no live real-time requirements or meetings. You decide when you participate. For the best learning, participants should log into the course on 2-3 different days of the week. Online learning is a fun, enjoyable and very productive way to learn. Millions of people are learning online each year. You will engage with the instructor and other participants. You will get to know your instructor and other participants. You may make friends. It s easy. It s fun. The average time you can expect to spend ranges from 2 to 4 hours a week, depending on your preference. What You Will Do For each Unit, you will: Do the Readings (about pages a week) Listen to the audio presentation for the Unit and view the slides Have the option of taking a Self-Quiz to see how much you have learned Engage in written online Discussion with your instructor and other participants For best learning, you should make one or more comments at 2-3 different times each week. The content (readings, audio lectures, slides) and self quizzes are accessible for the entire course, so you can work ahead, or go back and review again, at your convenience. Discussion The Discussion for each Unit lasts one week. All comments are made in writing and can be made at any time of the day or night. Your instructor will log into the Discussion area at least 3 times a week and answer questions, make comments, and respond to comments by you and the other participants. We encourage you to make 2-3 comments each week to maximize your learning and enjoyment of the course. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 2

3 Association Programming Online The data from associations is clear. Traditional online formats are peaking or at a plateau. At the same time, as Gen Y moves into the workplace and associations, the new technology and younger generations represent a very different prospect for the mix of online delivery formats for associations moving forward. Get a review of the online delivery formats and their future potential and keys to success. Get industry numbers on registrations, income and the techniques successful associations employ. Then discover the totally new and untapped online delivery method that will become the primary online delivery method for successful associations moving forward. Especially relevant for association executives planning and managing association education programs, you will get critical information not available from any other source to position your association for success with online programming moving forward. One month, January 5-30, 2015, William A. Draves, CAE, Julie Coates, and association guest discussion leaders. Unit 1 Overview of Association Programming Online Guests: Where we are at today The promise of online programming The challenge with online programming The product mix of in-person, blended, and online Unit 2 Current Association Online Delivery Formats Guests: Webinars, webcasts, online self study, other formats Benchmarks, ratios, industry averages Finances, operating margins, average fees, profitability Growth forecast for the next 5 years Unit 3 The Demographics of Association Programming Guest: Julie Coates, Vice President for Research, and author of Generational Learning Styles. Generational turnover and changing demographics of associations Characteristics of Gen Y and Gen Z The Changing Workplace How your young association members learned in school Unit 4 The Asynchronous Teacher-Led Online Format How it is different and why it works Superior learning Superior finance performance Why it will become associations primary online delivery format Register today! Call Tammy at her at Provide a purchase order number or credit card. Or Fax purchase order toll free to Or Send a check to: LERN, PO Box 9, River Falls, WI 54022, USA. Specify check is for Certificate in Association Programming Online. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 3

4 Advanced Designing Multimedia for elearning Transform text bullets into engaging visuals. Discover how to design visuals and multimedia to effectively teach complex content for blended and online courses. Learn to create engaging multimedia learning experiences that promote deep learning. Craft multimedia-based instructional content more effectively. Explore the many visual designs avaialbe and discover how to blend audio and interactive multimedia to leverage greater learning online and in the classroom. Walk away with evidence-based design principles and strategies to apply to online and classroom visuals. Three week online course; Diana Howles and Dan Belhassen, instructors; March 2 22, 2015; Unit 1 Designing Visuals for Deeper Learning Designing visuals that really teach Evidence-based design principles Moving from text-heavy bullet lists to engaging visuals Storyboards, information topologies and effective handout design Unit 2 Designing Multimedia for e-learning How to skillfully blend images, text, narration and interactive elements How to effectively use various modalities to promote better learning The effective us of audio recordings Incorporating games, simulations and interactive scenarios Unit 3 New etools for Developing Content Objects Using etools for rapid development of web-based content objects Understanding commercial and noncommercial etools Adopting new strategies for online course design with etools Using etools to increase learner engagement with course content Course Objectives To address the issue of moving from text-based content to multimedia for greater learning outcomes and more effective teaching To provide techniques for designing visuals for teaching online, blended and classroom settings To have participants take away a set of skills on designing multimedia for online learning To give participants a knowledge of how to use etools and integrate them into courses for greater learner engagement To provide participants with the knowledge necessary to adopt new multimedia strategies for online course design Course Outcomes Upon successfully completing the course, you will: Have the knowledge to convert heavy text into more engaging visuals to enhance student learning Get a set of information topologies to replace bullet lists and increase learning Possess the information needed to design effective multimedia for a course Understand why audio from the instructor enhances student learning and how to create instructor audio presentations Know how to incorporate etools into a course to supplement one s teaching and increase student engagement with course content About Your Instructors Diana L. Howles is owner and president of Howles Associates, LLC specializing in multimedia communication solutions such as visual design and presentations. She brings over twenty years of experience in the field of education and training. Her clientele has included government, corporate, insurance, financial, and academic institutions. As a former instructor at both public and private academic institutions, she is an experienced educator with a passion for lifelong learning. As a chapter past president for the American Society for Training and Development, she has also worked as an instructional designer and trainer in multimedia and e-learning. Diana has an M.A. from Colorado State University and holds an undergraduate degree in communication and business. She delivers keynotes and workshops at various national and regional conferences and events. Dan Belhassen is an expert in web technology. He does writing, training, and consulting all over North America on the topic. He is founder of Neovation, an internet technology company located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. His company is involved in a range of technology services, including building etools and online learning modules, web design, online classroom design, and server hosting. He has over 600 clients on 4 continents. Belhassen is a featured expert by the Learning Resources Network for its conferences, seminars, and online courses. Dan spends about 3 hours a day researching web technology and is a popular instructor on the topic. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 4

5 Fostering Online Discussion Being engaged with your online learners throughout the course is one of the three biggest weaknesses of online teachers. It is also one of the three biggest ways to take your online course to the next level, making it a superior learning experience for your learners. Come experience how to do it from the creator of the concept and practice of continual engagement in teaching. Discover how to build student success through your interaction, how to give online learners feedback, communicating with them about everything from subject matter to delicate issues to grading. You will come away with advanced, practical, how-to tips from one of the foremost authorities on fostering online discussion. And you will see how your instructor models great interaction and engagement in the online environment. One month course, Mary Dereshiwsky, COI, instructor. Optional graduate credit available for an additional $40 paid later for graduate credit from the University of South Dakota. Unit 1 How Continual Engagement Helps You Foster Effective Online Discussions What is continual engagement? Why is continual engagement important? Breaking down the barriers to effective continual engagement in your discussion interaction Unit 2 Building Your Students Success through Your Interaction Why continual engagement in online discussion is important to your students success Choosing your words carefully in discussion interaction Strategies to use at the beginning of your term Strategies to use as the term gets underway Strategies to use when things get hectic Unit 3 Assessing Your Students Performance Giving effective feedback Communicating with students about grades Some special challenges of group work and how to overcome them Unit 4 Keeping Your Communication Skills Sharp How networking with your peers can build your skills Using break times effectively Working with an assistant How online interaction enhances your face-to-face instruction Ave. hours 16, 1.6 CEUs Course objectives Understand how your continual engagement maximizes your online students success Learn how to keep your online course communication momentum going strong throughout the term Learn strategies for continuing to develop your online communication potential Course outcomes After attending this course, you will be: Become a more effective online communicator with your students Be able to model the benefits of continual engagement for your students Understand how to assess your students online performance in meaningful ways Know how to foster effective online discussion About Your Instructor Mary I. Dereshiwsky, COI, is a leading authority on online teaching and creator of the concept and practice of continual engagement in teaching. She has taught thousands of faculty about teaching online, has critiqued hundreds of online courses, and heads up the advisory board of the Certified Online Instructor (COI), the leading designation for online faculty in higher education. Dereshiwsky is a Professor of Educational Leadership at Northern Arizona University. She has taught thousands of students in both credit and noncredit situations. Her new book.continual Engagement: Fostering Online Discussion, is the leading book on the subject. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 5

6 Advanced Teaching Online In the 21st century, half of all learning will be online. The opportunities are tremendous for teaching online. Discover how to plan, develop and teach an online course. Take home a ten step model for developing your online course. Experience one of the most advanced online classrooms for teachers. Learn how to create online audio lectures with slide shows. Plus, find out how self quizzes enhance learning. See an animation, drop-and-drop exercise, and dynamite welcome pages. Engage in online discussion with other teachers. An instructor s book, Advanced Teaching Online, is included. Technical Requirements: Access to Flash needed for audio and slide presentations. One month course, includes book, William A. Draves and Mary Dereshiwsky, instructors. Optional graduate credit available for an additional $40 paid later for graduate credit from the University of South Dakota. Unit 1 How the Internet is Changing How We Learn The Top 10 reasons cognitive information is delivered better by the Internet Learning online Learning in-person; what you cannot do on the Internet How young people learn differently online The Brain and Learning online Unit 2 Building Your Online Course The Ten Step Model How knowledge is organized online Building online content Creating audio and video presentations Development time and cost Unit 3 Teaching Your Online Course Facilitating online discussions Creating a safe online learning environment Responding to student questions and needs How much time you should spend online Evaluating your online course Unit 4 Creating Assessment and Measuring Online Learning Designing online assessment Multiple assessments Assessment as a learning tool Grading in the 21st century Best Practices in Online Teaching Ave. hours 16, 1.6 CEUs Course Objectives To provide participants with an overview and understanding of how teaching online differs from in-person or face-toface teaching; To provide participants with the practical, how-to knowledge of how to plan, develop and construct an asynchronous teacher-led online course; To provide participants with the knowledge of how to facilitate online discussion, engage online learners, and interact with online learners to enhance their learning; To provide participants with an understanding of how knowledge is constructed and delivered online, and how the three basic elements of content, interaction and assessment relate to each other in creating the best online learning experience; To provide participants with the competence and self confidence to teach effectively online. Course Outcomes At the end of the course, you will: Get a ten step model and process for the development and teaching of an online course; Be able to plan, develop and teach an online course with the knowledge skills gained from this course; Have seen how a model online classroom functions; Have engaged in sharing new ideas and the latest tips and techniques with other teachers. About Your Instructors William A. Draves is one of the foremost authorities in the world on teaching online. More than 6,000 faculty and teachers have taken this course. He did his graduate work in education, with an emphasis on adult education, from The George Washington University in Washington DC. Draves has taught for over thirty years, including teaching at the graduate level. His books include How to Teach Adults, the most popular book ever written on the subject, and Energizing the Learning Environment. He has been interviewed by Wired. com, The New York Times, NPR, NBC Nightly News, Washington Post, Virtual University News, Chronicle of Higher Education and other national media. Draves is author of the book, Advanced Teaching Online, which is used as the text book for this course. This course is part of the Certified Online Instructor (COI) designation, the most recognized certification for online teaching in higher education Mary Dereshiwsky is an expert in online teaching and creator of the online teaching technique continuous engagement. She is a professor at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, where she teaches graduate courses online. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 6

7 Register today! Call Tammy at her at Provide a purchase order number or credit card. Or Fax purchase order toll free to Or Send a check to: LERN, PO Box 9, River Falls, WI 54022, USA. Specify check is for Certificate in Association Programming Online. Association Certificate in Programming Online W W W. LERN.ORG 7

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