I was fortunate to be invited to present at ATD's ICE conference in Washington D.C. last month where I enjoyed leading an interactive session on e-learning project management for practitioners. As I prepped for my session, 10 E-Learning Project Management Mistakes and How to Fix Them, I decided to use Rise 360 instead of Powerpoint slides for my presentation—and I'm so glad I did! Interactive block types like the sorting block and the new scenario block really gave me an engaging way to kick-off my session and present content. 

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