How confident are you that learners really remember what they learn from training delivered in your organization? Research has shown time and time again that remembering is hard and forgetting is easy. So how do you combat this all-to-common problem with training? That’s what this webinar is all about.
Sharon Boller, President and Chief Product Officer, and Steven Boller, Marketing Director, are delivering a jam-packed session through Training Magazine Network where they demonstrate research-based strategies for retention—and how they relate to games. If it’s important for your employees to be able to recall information from your training (which they should be able to do, or why spend money on training at all?), then you can’t afford to miss the information in this webinar.
The webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 10:00AM Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern (60-Minute Session). Click here to register now!
Can’t attend? Register anyway. We’ll send you the recording and materials after the event.
Sharon and Steve will explain how games can help form long-term memories… and business results. And since everything we do is grounded in research, they’ll provide recent research on games and case studies that demonstrate how games can be used for learning.
In this session, you will:
- Identify the potential costs of not remembering
- Gain an understanding of research-based learning principles such as spaced repetition, feedback loops and more
- Identify the connection between research-based learning methods and tangible business outcomes
|PLUS! Attendees will be entered to win a free “starter” package for use in your organization and – after the webinar – are invited to remain for a focused exploration of the game-creation platform, Knowledge Guru.|
About the Presenters
About Sharon Boller
Sharon Boller is the president of Bottom-Line Performance (BLP). She founded BLP in 1995, and in 20 years has developed a wide array of learning solutions for corporate, government, and non-profit clients. Sharon has 25 years’ experience in learning design; she is the Chief Product Officer of the Knowledge Guru game engine, a platform for creating serious games. She has spoken at numerous conferences—including ASTD, ISPI, and SALT on the topics of learning design and game design. Sharon holds an MS degree in instructional systems technology from Indiana University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
About Steven Boller
Steven Boller is the Marketing Director at Bottom-Line Performance. He is the editor of the popular Lessons on Learning and Learning Game Design blogs. Steven has written over 100 educational articles and blogs, appeared on numerous content aggregators and industry websites, and developed content for several Knowledge Guru games. He has served on the program committee for the Central Indiana Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development and has presented nationally at DevLearn, ASTD Techknowledge and ASTD International on the power of serious games for learning.