ECO515 Building a Next-generation Digital Learning Environment at Xerox
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, March 17
Ecosystem - Technology
The current learning environment is massively disruptive, with new learning technologies appearing daily. Focus has shifted from content to experience, and learning strategies now call for a new emphasis on informal learning, collaboration, and user-generated and curated content. Throw into the mix a wide variety of devices and approaches like gamification, and organizational learning has become a very confusing and complicated state.
In this session, you will be able to make better sense of the evolving learning landscape by focusing on key principles that are essential to building the next-generation learning environment. You will explore an example of what the next-generation learning environment might look like by demonstrating the systems, tools, and technologies that collectively make up Xerox Services University. You will leave with a strategic framework for creating a next-generation digital learning environment. You will have an understanding of the technology platforms, services, and tools necessary to successfully deliver the learning experience of the future.
In this session, you will learn:
- The principles that define the dimensions of the next-generation digital learning environment
- The types of tools and technologies necessary to assemble a next-generation digital learning environment
- Key requirements to be used in the selection of tools, technologies, and services to create next-generation digital learning environments
- Practical strategies that can be used to support the implementation and operation of a next-generation digital learning environment
Intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Sr. Learning Strategist
Xerox Global Learning Services
Phil Antonelli, a senior learning strategist for Xerox Global Learning Services, has over 15 years of experience in web-based and instructor-led training for corporate, university, government, and K-12 audiences. His areas of expertise include mobile learning strategy, social learning community management, the design and implementation of 70/20/10 learning systems, and the use of the xAPI for advanced learner analytics. Phil holds a master of arts degree in information and learning technology from the University of Colorado Denver.