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5 Best Practices to Create Killer Global-Ready E-Learnings

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sergio Atristain, Managing Director, Idea Translations

During this session, you will learn about what the most important best practices are to develop e-learning courses for a global audience. We will describe typical problems that organizations face during the translation and localization of their e-learning courses and how to avoid them. We will also go over some of the less-evident e-learning assets that may cause cultural problems. Finally, we will give you tips to keep a budget-tight global e-learning project and to avoid timeline issues.

You will learn:

  • Best practices to create a truly global course
  • How to avoid potential issues during the translation and localization project
  • Tips to save on costs and avoid expensive delays in course deployment
     

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Presenter

Sergio Atristain
Sergio Atristain

Managing Director, Idea Translations

Sergio Atristain is the managing director of Idea Translations and one of its founding partners. He has been in the translations industry for more than 10 years and has focused primarily on the translation of e-learning projects for the last five years. He is a regular ATD exhibitor and has helped organizations such as L’Oréal, Panera Bread, the InterAmerican Development Bank, Wisconsin’s Office of Public Instruction, and others with their global deployment of e-learning content.