Often, learning leaders lack sufficient instructional design
and content production staff. At the same time, many subject matter experts (SMEs)
struggle to express their knowledge and skills in a suitable learning format.
What if learning leaders could motivate and enable SMEs to become content
This session explores the tools and processes that could
smooth the path from expert knowledge to valuable learning content through the
story of a successful transformation of SMEs into learning content creators.
The session explores key factors, including fundamentals of instructional
design, building support into the tools the SMEs will use, and best practices
and guidelines, along with examples. This session will demonstrate that
despite having an understaffed L&D team, it is still possible to create
high-quality learning content by enlisting your content experts in creating the
“first draft” of training materials.
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