ATDps: November 2017 Chapter Meeting
Learning Content Curation: Successes & Lessons Learned
As companies struggle to create the right learning content at the speed the market needs it, learning content curation is growing more and more popular. This interactive session will explore how to leverage curation as a learning organization and how to drive crowd-sourced curation to optimize a culture of learning and teaching. In addition to industry best practices, Jami will walk through Slalom’s curation approach (including the launch of Workday Learning), successes, and lessons learned.
You’ll leave the session with:
- A better understanding of learning content curation approaches
- Considerations for implementing crowd-sourced curation
- Specific ideas for incorporating more learning curation in your organization
This program will focus on the Instructional Design ATD competency.
About the Speaker
Jami Town, PhD is Director, People Development at Slalom Consulting in Seattle, WA, focused on learning and leadership development for consultants and Slalom leaders. She has worked over a decade across Talent Management functions and organizational effectiveness consulting, and spent several years in marketing before pursuing a career in Industrial / Organizational Psychology. Jami is passionate about finding innovative learning and leadership development solutions to drive business impact, and has helped build Slalom’s Talent Management team from 2 to 21 people over the past 6 years.
5:00 PM – Doors open, networking
5:30 PM – Presentation
6:30 PM - Additional Networking
7:30 PM – End
Pre-Registration - Members attend at no charge (Walk In Rate Members $25)
Pre-Registration - Non-Member $40.00 (Walk-In Rate $45)
Online Registration Closes On The Sunday Prior To The Chapter Meeting. At That Time We Are No Longer Able To Accept Pre-Registrations.
Please note that once the online registration is closed, we encourage and welcome you to attend and pay at the door.
We are not able to issue refunds after the Friday prior to the meeting. Substitutions are encouraged.