Presentation Skills Tutorials
Incorporate valuable tips from leading learning and instructional design experts. Learn how to increase learner engagement, immerse your audience in real-life scenarios and integrate research-based design recommendations into your program content.
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About the Series
Learning consultant Will Thalheimer, Ph.D., shares research-based design recommendations on learning, memory and instruction.
Delivering Effective Presentations
Help participants in your program learn by aligning your presentation with the human cognitive architecture.
Increase engagement with questions that illustrate real-world relevance, repeat key concepts and more.
It isn't enough to know the facts, you want participants to be able to get under the hood.
Keep pace with cutting-edge techniques to utilize eLearning in your training. Learn how technology and learning theory have impacted the evolution of legal education, and discover what is in store for the future.
Boosting Lawyer Performance
David Guralnick, President, Kaleidoscope Learning
An innovator in research-based eLearning development discusses the challenge of providing performance-boosting learning experiences for legal professionals.<div id=“elearning”></div>
The Future of Legal Education
Joe Harbaugh, Dean Emeritus, Shepard Broad College of Law
An educational innovator describes the potential of interactive eLearning in law schools and continuing education.
Going Mobile and Micro, and Providing Performance Support
Will Thalheimer, President, Work Learning Research, Inc.
A noted learning researcher and consultant, Dr. Thalheimer addresses the evolution of eLearning towards performance support and microlearning, driven by ubiquitous mobile technology.
Applying the Learning Science: Memory Retrieval Practice
JC Kinnamon, Director of R&D, Practising Law Institute
The spearhead behind PLI’s cutting-edge Interactive Learning Center (ILC) describes some of the creative learning science concepts applied in PLI’s new programming.
Documenting the Benefits of Simulation-Based Learning
Austin Kenny, VP Global Sales, Empower the User (ETU)
The business development expert from Empower the User (ETU), a simulation development company from Dublin, Ireland, explains how ETU is measuring the benefits of simulation-based learning. ETU is working with PLI on new programming for PLI’s Interactive Learning Center.