EME106 Augment Your Training Reality with Microlearning
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM Wednesday, November 16
Expo Hall—Emerging Tech Stage
As a learning practitioner, you are tasked with providing distinctive immersive learning experiences for your learners when and where they need to learn. You may be asked to shorten the length of the online training offerings or to provide access to learning in spaces that are not traditional office settings. How can you leverage your infrastructure to accommodate employees who need performance support and quick learning experiences at the moment of need, in any location, and in real time?
In this session, you will experience how augmented reality combines brilliantly with microlearning and performance support by providing pathways to content, especially in situations and locations where content deployment and training was difficult in the past—such as on construction sites, in retail locations, and in new or unfamiliar work locations. Additionally, you’ll learn how this amalgamation addresses user expectations by creating a learning experience within the context of learners’ current physical space.
In this session, you will learn:
- How microlearning and performance support can be interchangeable
- About when microlearning is most and least applicable
- About key differences and considerations between microlearning and traditional courseware
- About augmented reality, including best cases for use, features, and limitations
- About the challenges and considerations of mobile deployment
- How to leverage user experience and expectations to create solutions that your audience seeks and wants to use
Novice, intermediate, and advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, directors, and senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
discussed in this session:
Laptops, smartphones, and tablets.
eLearning Developer and Technical Consultant
Lisa Jones is an eLearning developer and technical consultant offering her expertise to eLearning organizations globally. Lisa has extensive experience in eLearning and mobile development, as well as expertise in emerging technology from her 16-year tenure at a leading provider of mobile service. Her background also includes over 20 years of web, multimedia, and design experience, including network, infrastructure, and emerging technology readiness assessment. Lisa is an accomplished Lectora developer and also leverages Storyline, Captivate, and HTML5 based on project requirements and objectives. Her expertise includes usability (HCI) and game design theory, and she frequently incorporates this expertise into projects.
eLearning Developer and Instructional Designer
Ian McConnell is an eLearning developer and instructional designer at Alarm.com. A creative and multi-disciplined interactive developer, designer, and presenter, Ian has over 10 years of diverse experience in education and training, including business and marketing, fine arts, child and adult education, and consulting. He is passionate about developing rich and engaging learning experiences for clients that create meaningful and measurable change in the workplace, while exploring the limits of what off- the-shelf tools can do.