Perceiving community in digital learning – how to make high impact learning programmes engaging through Cohorts
Michael Main, D2L
In the past year, we’ve all adapted brilliantly to the challenges put to us. After the big pivot to online, much of the new practices put in place are here to stay – but we know that working fully digitally can be a lonely experience. Now is the time for L&D and HR to look further into the future and explore the potential of new learning technologies that incorporates more collaborative and interactive online training programmes not only to better engage learners but also to keep pace with this constantly changing demand for new skills.
Join Michael Main from D2L to explore how Programmatic Learning can re-energise online learning at your organisation and meet your reskilling challenge by:
- Redesigning your learning programmes for the modern, agile workplace
- Building engaging and continuous learning experiences that go beyond content
- Leveraging rich on-the job practice, social interactions and data to drive skills development
- Using state of the art technology to support active and continuous learning online
Michael has spent the better part of a decade working with clients in a variety of Learning and Talent Technology companies, primarily with large public and private organisations like The London Stock Exchange Group, SMBC, Standard Life Aberdeen, Edinburgh University, Manchester United and The NHS. Michael is passionate about enabling people to succeed in their roles through learning technology enabled programs and interventions. As a project leader, Michael advises clients on how best to invest their resources in order to become true learning organisations. Today, he’s at the forefront of D2L’s transformative framework – Programmatic Learning.