Workshop: Designing Interactive Online Training

Subject: Workshop: Designing Interactive Online Training
From: Jennie Achtemichuk <JennieA -at- MSN -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 19 Aug 1997 23:28:27 UT

This seminar announcement is being repeated because the early
registration deadline has passed and the final registration date is
close.


Workshop: Designing Interactive Online Training
Los Angeles/Ventura, CA
September 24, 1997

This one-day workshop is designed to step you through the initial
project design phases for interactive online training: information
design, interaction design, and presentation design.

"An interactive project might involve dozens of activities, and
balancing these can seem impossibly complex. But it doesn't
have to be, if you approach interactive design as a process."
-Ray Kristof and Amy Satran

All registrations must be received by September 5. Register early!
Seating is limited.

***For complete details and registration form, go to
http://home.att.net/~jenniea or email jenniea -at- msn -dot- com -dot- ***

This workshop is led by Jennie Achtemichuk, who has designed and
developed web-based training systems for AT&T Wireless and Boeing
Commercial Airplane Group. Jennie is a Seattle-based independent
consultant specializing in online training and information systems
for high-tech companies. Jennie is a contributing author to
Designing Windows 95 Help: A Guide to Creating Online Documents.

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