506 What Corporate Learning Can Learn from the MOOC Experience
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 30
Preconceptions of eLearning, lack of instructional design insight within organizations, disjointed learning ecosystems, and the perceived size of the task in front of them mean organizations have lacked the confidence to take their more complex programs into the online domain. However, online learning is opening the doors to more flexible, sustained, and comprehensive support for learners than ever before.
In this session you will explore a comprehensive analysis of the MOOC experience since 2012. You will examine the MOOC experience and how the highs and lows have informed the strategies and approaches taken by a range of organizations in their programs. You’ll discuss case studies from Telefonica, Transitions Optical, and The Institute of Practitioners in Advertising on how MOOCS have been applied to programs that include flipped classrooms, online CPD, and sponsored MOOCs. You will also explore the skills, tools, and technology needed to create the right ecosystem in which more complex online programs thrive.
In this session, you will learn:
- Best practices in learning path design for complex subjects
- How to create learner engagement through learning design, course orchestration, and facilitation
- Where to spend, where to reuse, and where to save
- How to create the business case for corporate MOOCs
- When to curate from an existing MOOC and when to create your own
- How to create the right learning ecosystem to support complex subjects online
Intermediate and advanced managers and directors.
discussed in this session:
Director of Learning Solutions
Lisa Minogue-White is a director of learning solutions and co-founder of WillowDNA, a reporter for Learning Now TV, a presenter for Learning Now Radio, and a fellow of the Learning and Performance Institute. She is also a popular webinar speaker in the UK, a regular contributor to leading industry publications, a speaker at key events, and a writer. Lisa’s specialties include online distance learning, collaboration, learning technologies, and communities, and she was featured by Clive Shepherd in his book More Than Blended Learning.