Dennis Glenn, MFA is President of Dennis Glenn LLC, has an interactive learning and assessment company and is currently an adjunct professor at DePaul University Graduate School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
His instructional design and eLearning experience was honed when he joined Northwestern University as assistant dean for distributed education at the School of Communication where he was the Director of the Distributed Learning Center. Dennis has designed interactive virtual patients for the medical industry that assess the cognitive decision-making abilities of surgeons, doctors, and nurses. He has created learning and assessment simulations for Pearson Learning, Baxter, Abbott Labs, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists and over 25 medical schools.
He has taught at Northwestern University, Columbia College Chicago, Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, and DePaul’s Graduate School for Continuing and Professional Studies, where he teaches in two domains: Engaging Social Media, and Mastery Learning Using Serious Games.
Can You Learn to Create a Micro-Learning App in Under an Hour?
At the end of this workshop, you will: Create a business plan for micro e-learning simulations using a tutorial of the Business Model Canvas program created for my graduate students. I present the Business Model Canvas as a planning and organizational methodology to share the development process with your team.
Author two micro-learning apps with software provided where a user must complete a task to demonstrate mastery. One of the best tools to create rapid prototypes of interactive learning and assessment apps in Articulate Rise. In my workshop, I demonstrate how to create an interactive learning app in about 20 minutes using Rise.
The second tool to be explored is Sketchfab, the largest platform to publish and find 3D models online. The company claims to have built the world’s most universal 3D and VR player on the web and has the ability to publish 3D content online. In this section of the workshop, we will create an interactive micro-learning app using 3D models from the Sketchfab collection.