SELT205 The 3 Pillars of an Effective Digital Learning Program
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM Thursday, October 24
Expo Hall: eLearning Tools Stage
Digital transformation is the name of the game, but how do you know if your current learning program is actually successful? While digital, one-size-fits-one approaches are gaining recognition across the industry, many organizations are still relying on outdated solutions that leave learners wanting more. In-person courses and paper-based materials aren’t learner-friendly for busy professionals, and traditional LMS platforms prioritize content management over creating a premium learning experience. These options also offer limited functionality and ability to scale, preventing businesses from expanding their reach into new markets and users. Without incorporating modern learning methods, you run the risk of a bad learning experience that results in high dropout rates, poor learner engagement, and ROI left on the table.
In this session you will learning how to adopt a new learning strategy that aligns with today’s learners. We’ll take a deep dive into the three core pillars of an effective learning program—learner engagement, learner experience, and organizational revenue—to ensure your learning program is set up for success. Organizations that create engaging, differentiated programs will have a huge industry advantage in the years to come. But how do you tie all these learning pillars into a unified strategy? Through a personalized digital learning solution.
In addition to reviewing the three core pillars of an effective learning program, we will also present five questions you should consider when evaluating your current learning program or when considering a new option.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to increase learner engagement
- How to use your learning program to drive revenue
- How to create a personalized learner experience
- What questions to consider when evaluating your learning program, or a new option
Managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)
Enterprise Solutions Manager
Dean Swetz is an enterprise solutions manager at BenchPrep, helping organizations deliver engaging, learning experiences. Prior to his time at BenchPrep, Dean spent over 15 years working alongside several Fortune 100 companies to develop data, analytic, and software strategies for various uses. When not helping education-focused organizations with learning and development programs, Dean spends his time coaching his son's baseball team and volunteering at various community organizations.
Business Development Representative
Margaret Larson is a business development representative at BenchPrep, an online learning platform that delivers learning experiences and drives revenue for nonprofits, corporations, and training companies. In her role on the solutions team, her primary goal is to help organizations evaluate the health of their current learning programs and see the value of an engaging, unmatched learning experience with BenchPrep's Learner Success Platform.