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Ticket Type

BREKKIE SEMINAR PACK

7.45 - 8.30 Your 'Brekkie Seminar Ticket' includes admission to the Brekkie Seminar and also includes the Cocktail Breakfast.
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Price

$60 per ticket

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Ticket Type

SUMMIT PACK

8.50 - 4.00 Your 'Summit Ticket' includes admission to all Headliner and Breakout Sessions. It also includes, lunch/refreshment break.
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Price

$390 per ticket

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Ticket Type

BUNDLE PACK

7.45 - 4.00 Your 'Bundle Ticket' includes admission to Brekkie Seminar, Headliner and Breakout Sessions. It also includes, Cocktail Breakfast and lunch/refreshment break.
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Price

$420 per ticket

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The pricing and discounts may change moving forward so it is best to avail of the deal that is on offer effective today. All prices include GST.

AGENDA

TUESDAY 27, FEBRUARY 2018        DOWNLOAD AGENDA PDF

  • 07.30 – CHECK-IN & CHILL-OUT
  • 07.45 – 08.00 – BREKKIE SERVED
  • 08.00 – 08.30 – BREKKIE SEMINAR TALK

SPEAKER: Associate Professor, Stephen Barnett, Founder & eLearning Researcher, Medcast

TALK: Designing High Quality Blended Social Learning +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Describe strategies for improving tacit knowledge sharing and ‘know how’ in the workplace
  • Discuss the components of a blended learning package for workplace training
  • Analyse the key aspects of a program of workplace assessment.
  • 08.30–08.50 – COFFEE BREAK – HANGOUT & BE COOL
  • 08.50–09.00 – SUMMIT START-UP

SPEAKER: Gerry Marcus, MC, iDESIGNX LIVE!

OPENING COMMENTS: Positive Brain Inputs for an Awesome Day Ahead!

  • 09.00–09.15 – HEADLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Dr Kuva Jacobs, Lead Instructional Designer, Redpoint Consulting

TALK: From Unaware to Advocate: A Case for Maximising the Learner Journey +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Describe the steps a learner progresses through in their journey from unaware to advocate
  • Identify how to leverage the touch points at each step
  • Utilise a case study to demonstrate a context for application.
  • 09.15–09.30 – HEADLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Richard Wyles, Chief Exec & Design Visionary, Totara

TALK: Freedom to Learn and Design in a Fast-Changing World +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Empower your learners. Learners as designers, creators, problem-solvers and innovators
  • Learn how to future-proof your investment in a world of rapid change
  • Avoid one-size-fits-all – we’re all different.
  • 09.30–09.45 – HEADLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Juliette Denny, Chief Ideologist, Growth Engineering

TALK: We need to Talk about the Way we Design and Deliver eLearning +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • An understanding of how to engage your learners through your eLearning design alone
  • An insight into the first things you should consider when designing your eLearning
  • An understanding of the best way to deliver new eLearning experiences to your audience.
  • 09.45–10.00 – HEADLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Dr David Bond, eLearning Innovator, University of Technology Sydney

TALK: Teaching Threshold Concepts Through Adaptive Learning at UTS. +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Identifying threshold concepts in a course and using adaptive learning to help learners understand them
  • How to use technology to provide personalised learning experiences for large, diverse cohorts of learners
  • Common struggles with creating, deploying, and scaling learning experiences across multiple university courses
  • 10.00–10.15 – HEADLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Gerry Marcus, MC, iDESIGNX LIVE!

TALK: Transformation Programs and what it  means for Learning Design +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • How transformation programs are often structured
  • Where learning professionals fit in to transformation program
  • What this means for learning designers.
  • 10.15–10.30 – HEADLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Emma Weber, Learning Transfer and Evaluation Specialist, Lever – Transfer of Learning

TALK: How to Future Proof your Learning Design with Transfer +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Ditch content, compliance and control to turbo boost your learning
  • Develop curiosity and creativity in the learners own context for maximum impact
  • Discover the essential 3 step transfer process to future proof your learning design.
  • 10.30–10.45 – iDESIGNX AWARD WINNERS PRESENTATION
    ‘Best Explainer Video’ winners are presented with their certificates on stage.
  • 10.45–11.15 – NETWORK TEA BREAK 
  • 11.15−11.45 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Heather Vounnou, Global Education Program Innovator, Ultraceuticals

TALK: Designing a Multi-Faceted and Interactive Training Program +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Design a training program that increases memory retention and ROI
  • Design a training program that creates raving fans
  • Design a learning program that keeps learners wanting more.
  • 11.15–11.45 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Robb Reiner, Head of Learning Design, Evolve Studios

TALK: Do we need Instructional Designers anymore? Is Technology Design Leading Learning Design? +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • How to benefit from the metamorphosis of learning design in the digital age
  • How to define the mix of learning design elements which inform successful learning
  • How to create a learning environment where participants experience their workplace, evaluate their impressions and learn from other people’s experiences.
  • 11.15–11.45 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Linda Aanensen, National L&D Manager, ARCBS & Kym Stack, Learning Lead, Obvious Choice

TALK: Designing & Implementing a Service Campaign/Mindset @ Australian Red Cross Blood Service +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Shifting the focus from learning outcomes to business metrics
  • Designing a spaced repetition program with micro coaching techniques
  • Performing to learn rather than learning to perform.
  • 11.45–11.55 (10min switchover)
  • 11.55–12.25 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Peter Mercer, eLearning Design Specialist, NPS MedicineWise

TALK: Advanced UX design for Health Professionals – Lessons Learnt from 240,000 Learners +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • How feedback improved our module layout and interaction design
  • How feedback enhanced our technical design
  • Looking to the future.
  • 11.55–12.25 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Cath Ellis, Chief Instructional Designer, Cath Ellis Learning Design

TALK: Designing Interactive First-Person Learning Experiences +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • How to create interactive first-person videos
  • How to future-proof your videos
  • How to plan for and work with employee-actors.
  • 11.55–12.25 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Jacinta Penn, Director of Instructional Design, Workbright eLearning

TALK: Don’t Make Me Sick – Better Design in VR +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Understand what makes people nauseous in VR
  • Make good design choices on movement options
  • Create better and less frustrating experiences for your learner.
  • 12.25–12.35 (10min switchover)
  • 12.35–1.05 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Justin Cruickshank, Design & Production Manager, The Learning Hook

TALK: Are you Virtually Experienced? – When Enterprise Learning Campaigns, Design and VR Collide. +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • How VR is being used as a learning/performance solution and when it should or maybe shouldn’t be!
  • How to leverage the strengths of the VR experience for learning and minimise the weaknesses – some dos and don’ts.
  • 12.35–1.05 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Richard Stubley, Head of Learning Design, Openlearn

TALK: The Games People Play at the City of Sydney +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Why to consider game-based eLearning solutions
  • Benefits that learners gained from a game-based solution at the City of Sydney
  • Most essential do’s and don’ts for designers when gamifying eLearning solutions.
  • 12.35–1.05 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Gail Bray, Senior L&D Manager, Victoria Polytechnic

TALK: Designing eLearning using a Rapid Agile Approach +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Practical tools that will support the implementation of a large-scale project
  • Increase the productivity of your eLearning development following an AGILE approach
  • Lessons learn’t to assist in achieving your product development targets.
  • 1.05–2.00 – NETWORK BREAK & GREAT TUCKER
  • 1.30–1.50 – LEARN @ LUNCH SESSION

SPEAKER: Deborah Coram, Designer Extraordinaire, Safetrac Group

TALK: The Pros & Cons of Designing Micro/Bite-Size Learning +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • The pros and cons of this type of learning style
  • When it should be used and when it should not be used
  • Various formats for this type of learning content.
  • 2.00–2.30 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Andrew Barnes, Learning Technology Avant-Garde, GO1

TALK: Future of Learning +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • The design foundations needed when preparing for the future of learning
  • The impact of the future of learning design in workplaces
  • Technology and the changes in the way that we design learning.
  • 2.00–2.30 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Juliette Denny, Chief Ideologist, Growth Engineering

TALK: Designing Unbelievably Engaging eLearning Experiences +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • A comprehensive understanding of how the design of different learning technologies can drive genuine behaviour change
  • A full breakdown of the optimal way to design learning appropriate for a modern workforce
  • An understanding of how to engage learners through gamification, social learning and personalisation.
  • 2.00–2.30 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Nathalie Nuijens, Head of Content Design, GRC Solutions

TALK: Design Learning that Sticks +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • The art of creating a meaningful message
  • Designing for cognitive ease and behavioural change
  • Common pitfalls and distractors to avoid.
  • 2.30–2.40 (10min switchover)
  • 2.40–3.10 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Dale Thompson, Human Behaviour Expert & Designer, Maxart

TALK: Using In-Game Data to Inform the Design of VR Experiences +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Why data is VR killer feature
  • Designing learning experiences with VR data collection in mind
  • Once you have your data, how to use it to improve how you design for VR.
  • 2.40–3.10 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Cath Ellis, Chief Instructional Designer, Cath Ellis Learning Design

TALK: Designing Interactive First-Person Learning Experiences +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • How to create interactive first-person videos
  • How to future-proof your videos
  • How to plan for and work with employee-actors.
  • 2.40–3.10 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Nick Petch, Lead eLearning Designer, Inspire Group

TALK: Storytelling for Behavioural Change +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Discover powerful stories with design thinking
  • Why creating iconic personalities and a hero works for learning?
  • How embedding the learning into the actions and behaviours of a character will make it stick.
  • 3.10–3.20 (10min switchover)
  • 3.20–4.00 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Dr Kuva Jacobs, Instructional Designer, Redpoint Consulting

TALK: Tips for Creating Eye-Catching Infographic Slide Layouts in PowerPoint +

SESSION ENABLERS:
  • Breaking free of the bullet with innovative slide layouts
  • Leveraging PowerPoint features as a powerful and efficient graphic design tool
  • Deploying visual design techniques to make your slides appealing and engaging .
  • 3.20–4.00 – FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: John Stericker, Senior Learning/Design Consultant, Learning Plan

TALK: 10 Design Tips for Mobile Learning that Works +

SESSION ENABLERS:

  • Practical tips for achieving a mobile-first design approach
  • Common mobile learning challenges and how to avoid them
  • Key design considerations that impact the development process.
  • 4.00 – SUMMIT CONCLUDES

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