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Swimming the Seas of Uncertainty: Instructional Design, Mobile Development

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Matthew Maclaughlin, Military

Matt Maclaughlin of CASCOM, one of the Army's leading learning institutions,
will walk us through best practices for  developing  in-house distributed
learning computer and web-based courseware, training products,  and virtual
and gaming training simulations within the software and hardware
capabilities of an organization.  His team leads research and
experimentation with mobile and other emerging training technology and
tools, and provide support during the development of training products using
new technology strategies and devices.  Learn how they do it with seven
people at low cost/no cost.

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Presenter

Matthew Maclaughlin
Matthew Maclaughlin

Military

Matt MacLaughlin, Jr. taught high school English for six years before coming into the Department of the Army as a Logistics Specialist intern in 2005. His permanent placement after his internship was the Army Logistics Management College (ALMC) teaching their Introduction to Army Logistics and Defense Regional Interservice Support Agreements courses. Eventually, it was determined that in order to increase the audience both courses should be turned into distance learning products. Finishing this task in 2007, the two courses stood as ALMC’s first and only fully operational dL courses. The experience he gained in this process gave him the necessary skill sets to transition into a leadership role as the chief for CASCOM’s Technology Integration Branch under the G3 in 2009. It was at that time when moves for mobile and technological upgrades were begun in CASCOM’s educational processes, a mission he has continued to helm to this very day. Mr. MacLaughlin has Master’s Degrees in English from Virginia Tech and Instructional Design/Technology from East Carolina University.


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