Learn how Thiagi and his team undertake complete instructional design projects without the use of time-consuming, low value added traditional ISD models. Thiagi has created, tested and successfully applied his own model that produces rapid prototypes tomorrow. Learn how to reduce training budgets and development time, deliver quality instruction during tough economic times, and retrain instructional designers to cope with corporate realities. Sponsored by the ISD- Training Systems Graduate Program, the UMBC Training Forum provides an opportunity for individuals working or interested in training, education, business, government and the non-profit sector to share ideas and dialogue on topics of importance. For more information visit http://www.umbc.edu/isd .
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