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Monday
29/04/2019
19:30 - 21:30

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Ravelijn, RA3232
Halenweg 17
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Information overload is a significant hindrance to effective learning and retention. But, can we do anything about it? Fortunately, we can. Join us on the 29th of April to learn how to reduce cognitive overload.

Free Webinar – How To Tame High Cognitive Load In eLearning

Did you ever experience “firehose training?” That’s when learners are flooded with content, without regard for how they perceive, process and retain it. Information overload is a significant hindrance to effective learning and retention. But, can we do anything about it? Fortunately, we can. Over the decades, cognitive load theory has been researched and refined. We now know there are ways to reduce high cognitive load.

Please join UCI Division of Continuing Education in welcoming Connie Malamed (a.k.a. The eLearning Coach) to explore a model of how we learn, what high cognitive load really means, and instructional strategies you can use to reduce high cognitive load. Join us for this complimentary event if you are looking for ways to design more effective learning experiences!

Komma will join this free webinar in the Komma cave RA3232.

As always, free food and drinks are provided and please sign up if you’re planning to attend this event!

See you at the cave,

The Komma Board


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