Training Expo 2018
June 22, 2018 | Event Website.
Hosted by SACC Training & Development Committee, the
E-Learning Council, and volunteers from many Texas agencies.
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Agenda – Conference Program
The Power of Words in Learning, Leading, and Living (Brian Francis, TDLR) -
Several videos of other work available on Write About Now YouTube Channel
Storytelling with Purpose (Joshua Bann, DFPS) - presentation PPT file provided
Do You "Buy" or "Make" Your Leaders? (Robert Carroll, UT Austin substituting for Annabelle Arteaga, Millvale)
Creating Engaging & Accessible Online Training for All (Luke Stollings & Gina Cruz, TWC)
Next-Level PowerPoint (Scott Abel, HHSC) - presentation PPT file provided
Succeeding with SMEs - Lessons Learned (Sarah Calder, TCEQ)
Using Microlearning to Develop Your Workforce (Brandon Winston, Microassist) - resource link provided
Creating Learning Experiences in a Swipe-Left/ Swipe-Right World (Jonathan Peters,
Basic Communication Style Inventory (Scot Abel substituting for Cecilia Ragland-Loment, HHSC) - presentation PPT file provided
Develop the E-Learning Your Program Deserves for the Training Results You Want (Mary Hancock,
Key Point Learning)
Making your Message Memorable (Jim Comer, Comer Communications)
Workforce 2020: Training & Empowering the iGeneration (Laura Johannsen, TxDOT)
Wham! Pow! Using Comic Book Design to Engage Learners (Kevin Gumienny,
Microassist) - resource link provided
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