Chicago eLearning and Technology Showcase August 15, 2017
Supposedly this is one of the questions prospective Apple software developers may have to answer during a job interview.There are three boxes. One contains only apples, one contains only oranges, and one contains both apples and oranges. The boxes have been incorrectly labeled such that no label identifies the actual contents of the box it labels. Opening just one box, and without looking in the box, you take out one piece of fruit. By looking at the fruit, how can you immediately label all of the boxes correctly?"
HTML5 (and associated web development technologies) are the basis for much of what we see on the internet. Yet, learning how to perform even basic web development can be difficult for non-technical, instructional design-types.
As eLearning matures, there is a risk that over-reliance on authoring tools can limit how you can support performance and keep pace with changes.
We will demystify web development techniques and show basic (or neophyte) users how to build web pages using shortcuts and templates. You will receive a thumb drive with starter files and job aids to use to continue their learning after the session.
He has analyzed performance and designed and developed performance solutions for almost every type of business function and process. He has managed over two-hundred projects ranging from e-learning to group-paced simulations to performance-based qualification. He is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT).
PRH Consulting (2002 – Present)
CADDI, Inc. (1998 – 2002)
SWI • Svenson & Wallace, Inc. (1989 – 1998)
MCC Powers (1984 – 1989)
He graduated cum laude from Augustana College in 2007. Upon graduation, Ian was invited into the Phi Beta Kappa Society based upon academic achievement and leadership.
PRH Consulting (2008 – Present)