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How to Adapt and Translate Content to Optimize Global Learner Engagement
Want to take your learning content global?

Reaching a global audience comes with many rewards, but also challenges! This webinar will talk you through the “whys” and “hows” of adapting and translating content to reach a wider range of learners.

Translated content used to train learners - such as eLearning courses, videos, and manuals - needs to ensure that the end user is getting the most out of their learning experience. A lot of the effectiveness of eLearning courses depends on the quality of the language in the training materials. To encourage full comprehension and engagement, eLearning content should be available in each individual's native language.

Attendees will learn:
- What localization is, and how it applies to your eLearning content
- How to successfully reach your global audience
- The keys to global learner engagement
- Project planning best practices
- Inner workings of an eLearning workflow

We'll also cover some tips and best practices for preparing content with a global audience in mind.

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Brittany Gouze
US Program Director @Argos Multilingual
Brittany started her career in the EdTech industry, as an LMS administrator and instructional designer at a local university. Working with various technologies and subject matter experts to build highly customized and engaging content for instructors and students alike. Her eLearning expertise opened the door to the Localization sector, where she's now an expert at curating, customizing, and delivering rich content/courses to customers, employees, and learners across the globe. She's been working to build quality and customer-focused global programs for enterprise-level customers for seven years now and finds great passion in collaborating and building relationships with people and cultures from all over the world.
Kim Shouler
Business Development Director @Argos Multilingual
Kim has over 15 years of experience working in the language industry, first as a translator, then as a Project Manager, and now on the Commercial team at Argos Multilingual. She has a Masters in Translation Studies and is also one of the hosts of the Global Ambitions podcast series about localization and go-to-market strategy. Kim is enthusiastic about helping organizations reach (and truly engage!) a global audience and her experience spans HR, HR technology, software/SaaS (including edTech), eLearning, life sciences, and marketing.