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Working Successfully With SMEs: The Dos and Donts

Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Chuck Hodell, Associate Director, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

SMEs are a key member of many design projects, and finding the best way to work successfully with these professionals is easier than you may think. There are some very simple, yet productive ways to build a strong working relationship with your SMEs. Based on the new ASTD book SMEs From the Ground Up, this webcast is your opportunity to explore ideas and advice on how to best create and sustain a cadre of subject matter professionals for your projects.

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Chuck Hodell
Chuck Hodell

Associate Director, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Chuck Hodell is the author of the best-selling books ISD From the Ground Up and SMEs From the Ground Up and has been involved in the worlds of training and education for more than 30 years. He has written extensively on instructional design and training-related topics for ASTD, including several Infolines. Like many training professionals, his first exposure to training and instructional design was as an SME, or subject matter expert. He currently serves as associated director of the graduate program in instructional systems development at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He is also the senior program director for instructional design at the Transportation Learning Center and academic advisor to the International Masonry Institute.


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