Workplace learning is evolving. Our industry has historically focused on training activities that provide people the opportunity to learn, but recently the expanding availability of digital information and resources has made learning activities increasingly self-driven.
The Digital Learning sessions at DevLearn will explore how you can harness the potential of digital learning for your organizational learning and development strategy.
BYOL: Teaching Machines—Personalized Learning Using Artificial Intelligence
Jose Mendoza, Sacred Heart University
Case Study: Building an Effective and Practical Digital Learning Strategy
Keith Quinn, Scottish Social Services Council
Case Study: Measuring the Value of Social Learning
Stephen Bruington, Anthem
Tony Schwieterman, Anthem
Design Thinking for Problem-Solving
Holly Cline, Radford University
Going Digital: Onboarding for the Self-Directed Learner
Michael Lazo, T. Rowe Price
Alina DeMeo Brazzeal, T. Rowe Price
Immersive Learning and the Future of Workplace Learning
Andrew Hughes, Designing Digitally, Inc.
Intelligence Augmentation: AI Technology and L&D
Kenneth Hubbell, Wells Fargo Bank
It’s Not Me, It’s You: Breaking Up with Your LMS
Grace Tang, InsideView
Making Your Learning Content More Discoverable
Jerry Kitch, IBM
Moving Past the LMS: Installing a Digital-Era Learning Ecosystem
The Future of Digital Learning: Three Scenarios
Matthew Murray, PwC
The Learning Analytics Revolution: Are You Ready?
Glenn Bull, Skilitics
The New Digital Learning Media: Games, Visual Stories, and Mixed Reality
Anders Gronstedt, The Gronstedt Group
The Power of Many: A Cohort Learning Model
Rich Reitter, HDR
The Social Network: Using Communities to Enhance Development Programs
Erin Patterson, World Wide Technology