Presenters are required to register for the full conference. Workshop Instructors must register for the full conference, but do not need to register for their own workshop. Click here to register.
ASFPM does not provide storage or on-site shipping services for presenters. Please contact your hotel or the Marriott Business Center to make arrangements if you need to ship materials in advance. Please note there may be a daily storage fee for this service. Click here for information on the Marriott Business Center
ASFPM does not provide or print handouts for workshop attendees. Handouts are provided at the discretion of the Presenter. Copying and print services are the Presenter’s responsibility and expense. Presenters who plan to use a Hartford printer nearby should contact the printer to setup an account. Click here for a map of Hartford Printers and Click here for information on the Marriott Business Center
Workshop Instructors - ONLY - ASFPM will send you the registration numbers for your session two weeks before the conference, though it may still grow slightly from that point. Please do not request numbers before that time, as registration is ongoing and numbers will not be accurate until closer to the start of conference. Concurrent sessions are walk-in sessions and therefore do not have registration lists or numbers for attendees.
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Connecticutt Convention Center Floor PlanMarriott Hartford Downtown Floor Plan
10 Tips for Designing Better Visual Presentations Lynne Hinkey from the Coastal Training Network
How to Make an Effective PowerPoint Presentation Olivia Mitchell from Speaking About Presenting
5 Tips for Delivering with Slides Gail Zack Anderson from Applause Inc.
Delivery Skills: The Basics You Must Master Gail Zack Anderson from Applause Inc.
10 Ways to Spot a Lame Corporate PowerPoint Template PowerPoint Ninja
The Seven Deadly Sins of PowerPoint Presentations Dr. Joseph Sommerville
Really Bad PowerPoint Seth Godin's Blog
Successful Preparation is the Basis for a Successful Presentation Ellen Finkelstein PowerPoint Tips Blog
Emergency Preparedness for PowerPoint PowerPoint Ninja
Expert Presenters Make A Difference In Conference Education Velvet Chainsaw’s Midcourse Corrections
Presentation Tips Olivia Mitchell from Speaking About Presenting
15 Ways to Conquer Nerves & Feel Like a Super Star Gail Zack Anderson from Applause Inc.
10 Ways to get Your Audience to Ask Questions Gail Zack Anderson from Applause Inc.
Localize Your Slides or Risk Losing the Audience PowerPoint Ninja
Conference Presentation Guidelines Pacific University Oregon
Responsibility of a Conference Speaker to a Conference Patrick O'Keefe's Blog
Six Traits of Excellent Expert Presenters Velvet Chainsaw's Midcourse Corrections Blog
How to Deliver Excellent Training Every Time
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 @ 2:00-3:00pm Eastern Time
Liven up your training with these tips for balancing learning content with class interation. Attend this live webinar to learn how to: Identify what your audience wants from your training, Deliver with energy and focus in person and online, Establish instant rapport with audience members, and more.
Write Activities to Make Boring Lectures Disappear!Thursday, March 21, 2013 @ 1:00-2:00pm Eastern Time
You know them. You've sat through them. You've felt the pain. Training so lecture laden that you wish you had a magic wand to make it all go away! Well, NOW you can! We'll show you how to use your powers for GOOD and change up how you write activities so that your learners will be engaged instead of disengaged. We'll give you five activities (alternatives to lecture) that wil help you produce high learner involvement and retention! They include: learning tournaments, course pre-work, information search activities, observation activities, demonstration. In this highly interactive session, you learn how to: write directions and rules of a learning tournament, prepare the learner BEFOREHAND for the learning that is to come, develop information search activities with processing questions, create the components of an observation activitiy, craft demonstrations with skill performance checklists to be used in the training environment and back on the job.
Teleporting Learners: Creating Visualy Interactive Story Learning
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 @ 1:00-2:00pm Eastern Time
The convergence of visual design, neuroscience, artificial intelligence ands storytelling provides eLearning designers and developers an opportunity to "teleport" the learners' minds. This trend presents eLearning designers with a strategic advantage to provide solutions that can be solved with visually interactive story learning. This webinar topics cover: What is the design structure of visually interactive story learning? Where does visually interactive story learning apply?, What are the types of content and conditions?, What visual design, software and writing methods meld into good visually interactive story learning?, Participants will see illustrations on how to build visually interactive story learning.
Using PowerPoint to Enhance Learning & Engagement
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 @ 1:00-2:00pm Eastern Time