As we move, albeit haltingly, to more independent and technology-enabled learning and performance support, participants enjoy choice. Lots of it. They choose to participate, engage, and contribute. Or they can choose to skip your learning program entirely.

In this session you will explore the significant problem of drop outs and tune outs in the context of the very organizations that are attempting to add more independence, agency, and informality to their offerings. You will discuss what organizations and leaning and development professionals can do to avoid this problem by examining what the literature says about engagement in general, and in learning in particular.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Five strategies for enhancing learning engagement
  • Views on organizational engagement
  • From literature on engagement
  • How to apply what we know about engagement to your work

Intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.

Technology discussed in this session:


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