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Wednesday November 18, 2020 5:45 PM PST to 7:00 PM PST

When: Wednesday, Nov 18th 2020  5:45 – 7pm Pacific Time (presentation starts at 6pm)
Where: Virtual/online
Cost: Free

Online Webcast Link:  Forthcoming

Interactive content and video presentations have become one of the primary ways of learning today’s online-only environment. However, this training presentation format – often carried over from mandatory training modules – fails to engage learners and quickly contributes to online burnout. This presentation explores the factors that contribute to this burnout, focusing on fostering excitement, maintaining interest, and knowledge permanence in Cybersecurity Education Systems. These methods should also provide value in the design of other similar education topics.

Speaker Bio: Doug Magedman joined the University of San Diego (USD) Center for Cyber Security Engineering and Technology as an adjunct professor in January 2016. As a retired US Naval Officer and current civilian engineer with the US Naval Space and Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), Magedman has been working with IT Systems Development and Acquisition within the Office of the Chief Engineer for nearly a decade.

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Posted by Keith Conway on October 20, 2020

 

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