March 2013

TOPIC: Visual Communication in eLearning: Effective Use of Graphic Design, Images and Diagrams

Date: Monday, March 11, 2013


6:00 – 6:30 pm: Networking

6:30 – 8:00 pm: Meeting



Clear graphic design makes information more accessible, attractive, and authoritative. Images and diagrams can create compelling contexts for learning, organize concepts, and give vivid and memorable expression to content.



David A. Amdur, principal of Learning4Results, llc, consults in instructional design, learning technology, and performance improvement. In a past life, he was Professor of Visual Communication at Brown College and author of Typographic Design in the Digital Studio ( He has given presentations to the eLearning Guild Online Forum, ASTD-TCC Training SIG, ASTD-TCC eLearning SIG, Learning and Performance Tools SIG, and several education conferences. Currently, he is Director of Professional Development for ASTD-TCC and a member of the PACT Advisory Council. Previous professional associations have included service on the ASTD-TCC Interactive Communication Committee and chairmanship of the Learning and Performance Tools SIG. His articles have appeared in the ASTD-TCC Spectrum newsletter and the journal Art Education. Check out his LinkedIn profile at:

Material from the Presentation

March 2013 Presentation Handout