The future of digital learning experiences
Alan Hiddleston, D2L
Many organisations are now realising that their historical approach to eLearning is not delivering, while participation in classroom training is on a downward trend as learners seek more digital learning options that will fit with their schedule. More than ever, companies are being challenged to deliver a solution to the increased demand for skills development that will allow their employees to keep up with today’s frantic pace of industry change. Furthermore, today’s workforce values L&D opportunities more than they do salary and with the primary channel for everything moving towards digital there can be no question that companies must improve their digital learning offering.
So digital transformation of learning is the solution but what does that look like in terms of new and different learner experiences?
It definitely means new technology and a change in learning culture, it also means that things will need to be able to evolve rapidly to meet future demands.
In this webinar D2L will look at the ways in which it is helping organisations to create meaningful digital learning experiences that are centered around specific action points (“doing”) and enabled by technology. In this context we’re using an approach that we call agile learning which comprises 5 key areas.
Alan has been a senior sales leader, advisor, and investor in a variety of Learning and Talent Technology companies for the past 10 years, ranging from global brands like Lockheed Martin to innovative start-ups. Fanatical about innovation, Alan always delivers valuable and practical insights into what does and does not work in HR technology, frequently sharing his thoughts as a prolific speaker and blogger. Today he leads D2L EMEA’s Corporate sales sector where he helps companies maximise their most valuable asset: their people.
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