Does your organization still use paper-based guides, manuals, and job aids, but can’t keep up with the updates? Or have you gone paperless, but are neglecting to use the full potential of virtual?
Learn to create your own mobile project — an interactive eBook! Discover how to format content for multiple devices, the types of media that can be included, and various free and paid tools that can be used in the process. Learn a basic workflow to develop a project with a few simple media types to an EPUB format, and make that file available to download directly to mobile devices.
Join this event prepared to learn hands-on! Bring a laptop with Google Sigil downloaded (https://github.com/ Sigil-Ebook/Sigil/releases/tag/0.9.6), and a mobile device (tablet, smartphone, laptop) with an eReader application installed, like Apple iBooks, Kobo, or Nook.
This event will be led by Sarah Gilbert, President, meLearning Solutions, and 2015 President of the Greater Altanta Chapter of the ATD.
Sarah specializes in training strategy, design, and development at meLearning Solutions. As Director at the PHII Academy at the Task Force for Global Health, she leads a team to create global solutions for public health informatics training challenges. Sarah's work has been published in The Book of Road-Tested Activities (2011), 68 Tips for eLearning Engagement and Interactivity (2013), TD magazine, and various other training and workforce publications. She regularly speaks at conferences and business events on the practical application of learning technology.