11.06.09

Best DevLearn 09 Session That You Can Attend

Posted in Flash at 9:29 am by Curtis J. Morley

Matt Murdoch is speaking on a phenomenal learning methodolgy.  EVERYONE attending DevLearn should attend this session.

Here are the links:

http://www.elearningguild.com/content.cfm?selection=doc.1280
http://www.elearningguild.com/events/session.cfm?id=1978
Here is the description:

Monday November 9, 2009 11:30 AM

Matt Murdoch, Franklin Covey

FranklinCovey, the worldwide leader in training and consulting services in the areas of strategy execution, leadership and personal effectiveness, built LiveClicks™ webinar workshops—a global online-learning business leveraging the technology of Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro software.

During this session, you will hear how FranklinCovey was able to:

  • Double online-learning seminar attendance and income
  • Create a customized system for tracking and monetizing training content worldwide
  • Provide an exceptionally high-quality customer experience
  • Overcome technical and operational obstacles while launching LiveClicks webinar workshops as a global platform

Session Track: Best Practices

2 Comments »

  1. Cameron said,

    December 18, 2009 at 11:47 pm

    Hi,
    I saw that you taught a class at UVU on Flash development. I went to the course catalog and couldn’t seem to find any classes on Flash. I was wondering if you were teaching a course on it any longer and/or if you knew of any schools in utah that taught a course in Actionscripting and flash.
    Thanks

  2. Anne said,

    February 11, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    Curtis,

    Actionscript 3.0 makes my brain hurt!! I’m a graphic designer/teacher and I’ve designed in interactive animation that will be part of a larger website and I can’t seem to apply what I read about actionscript 3.0 to my specific site without getting error codes. Would you be interested in writing my script for me for a fee? I can send you the fla file and you can send me a quote. Or maybe you can refer someone else to me, please. Eventually, by seeing how the code applies to my specific project, I will learn. Since there are more projects on the horizon, I can attempt to write the script and when I get error messages, pay you or someone to correct them…until maybe…maybe… I will finally get it.

    Anne

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