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Building a Successful eLearning Program:
Choosing and Using the Right LMS
Recorded on March 23, 2016

Retaining members and increasing revenues from non-dues sources have become top priorities for associations today.  An eLearning program can help you address both goals.

But not just any eLearning program will deliver the value to make members “stick,” and generate the revenue to repay your investment in a Learning Management System (LMS).  Your business plan, content, LMS, and how you implement and market your eLearning system all need to be targeted at engaging your specific members and delivering the right ROI to make it all worthwhile.

Here’s how to do it!

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Retaining members and increasing revenues from non-dues sources have become top priorities for associations today.  An eLearning program can help you address both goals.

But not just any eLearning program will deliver the value to make members “stick,” and generate the revenue to repay your investment in a Learning Management System (LMS).  Your business plan, content, LMS, and how you implement and market your eLearning system all need to be targeted at engaging your specific members and delivering the right ROI to make it all worthwhile.

Here’s how to do it!

Register now for Building a Successful eLearning Program: Choosing and Using the Right LMS.

In this 90-minute webinar, instructional designer, producer and multimedia developer Jack McGrath shows associations how to launch a successful eLearning program.  Drawing on experience with companies ranging from Walt Disney to Cisco Systems, he explains how to choose the right LMS to turn your existing content into all-new sources of non-dues revenue.

Build the strongest business case for eLearning.  In addition to learning how to choose the LMS, you’ll discover how to create a business case that wins buy-in using eLearning to provide better service for members.  You’ll learn how to use real metrics to project potential rewards, and you’ll receive a free ROI calculator to help you project bottom-line value of the LMS investment. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to choose your own best LMS to reward members with eLearning and to optimize your non-dues revenue potential, including:

  • What a Learning Management System (LMS) can do for your organization
  • When it makes sense to implement LMS-based eLearning  
  • How to calculate your association’s return-on-investment (ROI)
  • How to create a strong business case for online learning
  • The 7 steps to finding, implementing and marketing your learning programs
  • How to avoid the biggest mistakes associations make with online learning

Don’t miss this opportunity to use Jack McGrath’s expertise in making the right decisions about your own LMS—and using it most successfully to attract and retain members as you grow your non-dues revenues. 

Register now for Building a Successful eLearning Program: Choosing and Using the Right LMS.

Meet Your Webinar Leader
Jack McGrath
is President and Creative Director of Digitec Interactive. As an instructional designer, producer and multimedia developer, Jack has managed eLearning titles for organizations including The Walt Disney Company, Cisco Systems, VMWare, Symantec Corporation, Yum! Brands, VERITAS Software, Chase Manhattan, and Hard Rock Café, among others. He is currently designing eLearning programs that use simulations, multi-player components, and games-based learning techniques to better engage the “games-based” generation. Jack is a recipient of the Brandon Hall Excellence in eLearning award. He also is a part-time professor teaching Humanities online, and he loves writing plays.

Who Will Benefit
This webinar is of value to all membership and trade associations that are considering an eLearning program or are in the early stages of implementing one, as well as association consulting and management companies.  Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Executive Directors
  • CEOs
  • COOs
  • CLOs
  • Directors of Education and Training
  • Directors of Membership
  • Directors of Sales and Marketing
  • Instructional Design/eLearning Staff

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