Thank you for participating in the 2020 Learning Experience Design Online Conference! This is the Event Resource Page where you will find session handouts and session recordings in Adobe Connect format (after the event), and other event-related resources. We strongly encourage you to BOOKMARK THIS PAGE so you can get back to it quickly for future use. This page will remain available for one year following the live event.
Materials and Recordings
You can view session descriptions by clicking the session titles below.
You can access session handouts by clicking the handout icons by each session.
We will post recordings by the Monday following the event.
Instructional design is evolving to meet the needs of the modern workplace and available technologies. In this session you will learn about the key steps to becoming a learning experience designer and how to apply design thinking, user experience design, and cognitive science principles to the design of learning experiences. Learn more.
In this session, we'll examine design thinking approaches to create impactful learning experiences You'll learn the basics of learner interviews, creating empathy maps, and learner journey maps for contextual design. These artifacts can help you identify solution opportunities that meet your learners needs and gain critical buy-in from key stakeholders. Learn more.
Modern Learning Experiences (LXs) combine an ever-changing mix of internally-created content with externally curated resources from leading publishers, experts, and diverse informational services. This session will explore how progressive L&D teams are investing in vastly improved learning experiences as they design, develop, and deploy next-generation enterprise training initiatives. Learn more.
Design thinking can help bring together and manage organizational and managerial perspectives to create solutions that respond to the business needs while remaining learner-centered. In this session, you'll learn how design thinking can be used to understand and refine problems, elicit and manage ideas from different perspectives, prototype, and test solutions. Learn more.
Becca Wilson, Strategic Marketing and Product Manager, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
8:30 AM – 9:30AM PT
Innovation governance is a conceptual framework for capturing ideas, prioritizing them, and developing solutions that solve user problems. In this session learn how design thinking, lean, and Agile can be integrated to help you find patterns in the noise, and turn insights into low cost experiments. Learn more.
Marketers have been using personas for years to draw a picture of an ideal buyer in order to push the right content at the right time. In this session, you'll learn how you too can use this technique to do the same and create more relevant and impactful learning solutions. Learn more.
As learning architects, we are problem solvers who focus on the overall ‘opportunity’ to map out what is needed before we can design a plan to get there. In this session, you'll identify all the ‘players’ involved with an initiative, understand the critical need for performance consulting, learn how to manage difficult conversations, and understand the steps to help you create holistic learning experiences. Learn more.
Moderator: Jane Bozarth, The eLearning Guild Bianca Baumann, GP Strategies Robert Gadd, OnPoint Digital Kristi Ivan, University of Toronto
Linda Daniels , Merck
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT
In this final panel session led by Dr. Jane Bozarth, you'll join with LXD experts to dig deeper into the theoretical foundations of the practice, the influence of technology, and explore how LXD is impacting organizations to bring a more holistic approach to learning and development. Learn more.