How to build an engaged digital learning community
Rachel Griffith-Boys, Head of Community Services, Totara Learning
In a world of disparate workforces, where learners are spread across time zones, locations and even organisations, how do we build effective communities to ensure learners feel supported to learn both formally and informally?
Join us for this webinar where we look at the topic of community building, and how the Totara Community took on the challenge of supporting thousands of learning professionals around the world. We wanted to create a space that allowed users to learn how to get the most out of their LMS through formal online learning and by informally sharing best practice knowledge with a community of their peers.
In this webinar we’ll walk you through how we set up both the Totara Community and our integrated Totara Academy. We’ll walk you through lessons learned and what we might have done differently with hindsight. We’ll also look at how learning communities drive sustainable performance improvement and how we built effective blended learning programmes to engage learners. In this session with Rachel Griffith-Boyes, Head of Community Services at Totara, you will explore how to:
Rachel is the Head of Community Services at Totara Learning. She brings her instructional design and learning consultancy background to lead a multi-disciplinary team in delivering continuous improvements to the Community and a program of courses and programs through the Totara Academy.
With nearly 15 years’ experience in learning technologies, Rachel has worked in instructional design and learning consultancy roles for humanitarian, retail, banking and aviation organisations amongst many others. She has worked at every level of learning delivery; from the design, scripting and building of digital learning resources to design and delivery of face-to-face workshops, and leading learning transformation projects.
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