E-SIG: Mapping Your Way to Rapid, Effective E-Learning Design

  • February 06, 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Adobe Connect: Virtual Meeting Room


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Mapping Your Way to Rapid, Effective E-Learning Design

Ever been handed hundreds of pages of content to be converted to e-learning? How do you know how much or which pieces to include or omit? Ever have the stakeholders or SMEs tell you that the learners need to know it ALL, but the training course should not be more than 30 minutes?

What do you do?

The action mapping process narrows the focus of the project on only the behaviors that will correct the situation and improve performance. Aspects of the problem that can’t be solved through training would be identified very early on and moved out of the training project to be addressed through other means.

  • Describe the benefits of the action mapping process to your stakeholders.
  • Identify common mistakes to avoid in eLearning design.
  • List the 4 steps in the action mapping design process.
  • Conduct your own action map for your eLearning design projects.
  • Create activities that directly support the business goal.
Jennifer Tomarchio will provide this overview of the Action Mapping process developed by Cathy Moore, and show you how they have implemented this process in their elearning projects.


About Our Speaker

Jennifer Tomarchio, CPLP has been a trusted strategic partner for global fortune 500 companies for nearly 20 years. She worked for First Data Corporation for 18 years in several different roles, as a Trainer, Training Manager, and Instructional Designer.

Jennifer is accredited with Graduate Certificates in Training and Human Resources Development from FIU; and in Organization Development from Fielding University, holds the CPLP (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance) credential from the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and is a certified Synchronous Online Facilitator from InSynch Training. Jennifer has been a member of ATD since 2005 and was President of the Fort Lauderdale chapter in 2008. She’s served on National ATD committees from 2010 – 2014, first on the Chapter Recognition Committee and then as a National Advisor for Chapters for the Sunshine Area supporting all of the chapters in Florida and Puerto Rico.

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