ATDps: November 2018 Seattle Chapter Meeting
Building a Learning Ecosystem: What You Need to Know
Online and social learning reduces the cost of training, expands the ability to reach a larger event for your content, and increases the speed at which learning experiences can be accessed and offered. However, because of these growing complexities, it’s increasingly important to ensure you’re looking at both how these ever-increasing types of content interconnect and how your learning architecture scales with the business needs of your organization. We will explore social platforms; performance support platforms; eLearning, video, and mobile learning; learning management systems and HRIS system integration.
- How learning paths will push people past compliance and “required” learning
- How new platforms exist to give employees the opportunity to innovate through enhanced collaboration with peers
- Allow learners to see new ideas emerge through informal learning activities
- Explore the link between performance and learning in systems.
- How using both asynchronous and synchronous content can give additional flexibility to your ecosystem.
- How to prepare yourself for continued technological evolution.
Darren Nerland, Sr Learning Development Manager, Amazon
Darren works on disruptive, innovative, and emergent digital learning technologies and methodologies, and aligns key leaders and stakeholders on the implementation of learning initiatives for the enterprise. He is an expert technologist with a demonstrable track record of bringing complex learning systems from requirements through design into scalable production. His experience includes working at the executive level to determine how training strategies and awareness can affect and sustain positive behavioral change. He is an accomplished and dynamic leader with strong global learning strategy and measurement experience.
7:30 AM – Doors open, networking
8:00 AM – Presentation
9:00 AM - Additional Networking
9:30 AM – 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.