Six ways to use data for mastery, measurement and motivation, Kate Pasterfield, Sponge

Thanks to xAPI, bespoke tracking, LRS’s, and multiple data collection and visualisation tools, we now have more ways than ever to measure the impact of our learning solutions. In addition, data enables us to enhance the learning experience significantly. But research shows that organisational adoption of data remains low despite a huge appetite in L&D to use it for better decision making.

In this practical webinar, we’ll crack open the topic of data. We’ll share inspiring examples of ways data has been used to: Help people build knowledge and develop mastery Motivate people to complete learning tasks Measure learning impact with impressive results for business

Finally, we’ll share a method for planning data collection as a forethought in the design process, not the afterthought it often can be!

Learning outcomes

Recognise how data is being used to enhance user experience as well as provide actionable insights to L+D

See real-world examples to get inspired about data and start putting it to use

Take away a helpful tool to support thinking through data collection as part of the design approach

Kate is a ‘creative powerhouse’ within digital learning, her pioneering work with global clients, (Tesco, Royal Mail, GSK, Axa, IKEA), harnesses the latest technologies and thinking to address real-world performance challenges.

With 16 years’ digital learning experience, Kate is committed to driving innovation in the sector. Her focus is our teams delivering human-centered and cutting-edge work, and today she’s passionate about deeply enhancing creative learning experiences with advanced platforms and analytics.

Her contribution to learning has received industry-wide recognition. In 2016, Kate was awarded Learning Designer of the Year and named Learning Professional of the Year in 2017.

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