A free, 9 lesson course that has helped 1,000+ people learn how to start e-learning projects. Ready to join?
“It was transformative to the final product, and certainly to my experience managing it. I think you especially will dig her balance of instructional design virtuosity, creativity, and pragmatism.”— Alexa W., Program Manager, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
When I started designing corporate e-learning, I didn’t know where to start or how to make it engaging. I made it look good—but that didn’t produce the results I needed it to achieve (behavior change). I admit a lot of it was nice looking information dumps.
When I started my own agency, suddenly I was free from the constraints of established company templates and paradigms. But I also had to deliver results. During this rebirth, I learned a lot about e-learning strategy — and more than 10x’ed training participation.
With these 9 lessons I’ve prepared for you, you’ll learn the exact strategies I use to plan award winning e-learning that people enjoy and find valuable to take.
About The Teacher
I’m Anna Sabramowicz, and for the last 13 years I’ve been designing e-learning. I started out in corporate training, and then went out on my own. I won some awards, but mostly learned how to listen, apply adult learning principles and leverage technology.
I love being an E-learning Strategist, but I’m hell-bent on helping others learn how to engage employees and deliver results with e-learning. You don’t have to learn the hard way that developing solid e-learning is more than software and graphic design skills.
In addition to this course, I also blog and run a YouTube channel with 5000+ subscribers. I’m also the co-founder of Elearner Engaged, an e-learning strategy agency. I live in British Columbia with my husband and my dog. When I’m not working I do outdoor photography, hike, pick wild mushrooms and lift weights.
Here’s what you’ll learn…
I’ve designed this course to give you a start-to-finish playbook for reliably planning an e-learning project. Each lesson is compact and succinct, and takes about 5 minutes to read. I’ve also included action steps with each lesson that will help you apply it to your unique solution.
- Lesson 1Why your e-learning strategy involves “myth busting”
- Lesson 2What are employees really looking for?
- Lesson 3How to get your learning goals and objectives just right
- Lesson 4How to hack content down to what’s absolutely necessary
- Lesson 5How to make dull information into engaging e-learning
- Lesson 6How to get realistic options for scenarios
- Lesson 7How to get Subject Matter Experts to imagine situations
- Lesson 8How to tie it all together with deep engagement
- Lesson 9My from the heart advice for beginners