Bring Blended Learning to Your Classrooms

Over the course of eight session, you will learn from learning experts who have knowledge and expertise in virtual blended learning. Walk away with new and practical approaches to apply hybrid learning to your learners.

DAY 1: Wednesday, June 8

Jennifer Hoffman Dye

101: Hybrid is the New Blended

Jennifer Hofmann Dye, InSync Training

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Hybrid and remote working have changed the game for organizational learning. L&D must provide a learning model that adapts to where people need to learn. In this session, learn how to embrace the hybrid environment and make it a part of your blended learning approach. Learn more.

Karen Hyder

201: Augment Virtual Training with Pre- and Between-session Learning Elements

Karen Hyder, Kaleidoscope Training and Consulting

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Virtual instruction became the default through the pandemic. As organizations return to the office or implement a hybrid approach, it is time to look deeper in the L&D toolbox. In this session, you'll learn which asynchronous elements can be "off-loaded" yet still remain incorporated in your virtual training strategy. Learn more.

Jonathan Halls

301: Instructional Video in Context: Beyond Just the Content

Jonathan Halls, Jonathan Halls

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

According to Jonathan Halls, video can be a learning provocateur! Join this session and learn how to structure video content within the broader context and have it dovetail with other learning experiences. Learn more.

Wendy Morgan

401: The Blended Learning Trifecta: Leveraging eLearning Data and Webinar to Drive Results

Wendy Morgan, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

All too often blended learning turns out to be a single experience with some digital add-ons. When done right, a quality blended learning solution leverages the logistic conveniences and technical capabilities to save time, money, and enhance the ability to more personalize professional learning. Learn more in this case study session. Learn more.

DAY 2: Thursday, June 9

Becky Willis

501: Selecting and Implementing Integrated Learning Technologies

Becky Willis, Tractus Learning

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Blended learning in our modern, digital workplaces often means creating a robust ecosystem of integrated tools and platforms to more seamlessly support anytime learning . In this session you'll learn more about the major platform options, discuss some key challenges to selecting vendors, and dive into the best practices to effectively implement new technology solutions. Learn more.

Destery Hildenbrand

601: Using Augmented Reality to Enhance your Learning Experiences

Destery Hildenbrand,

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

AR is here! Low cost technology that is easier to integrate allows you to expand your portfolio of solutions. In this session we'll explore how to plan, design, and deliver AR experiences that meet the needs of your learners. Learn more.

Brandon Carson

701: New Business Needs Require a New L&D

Brandon Carson, Walmart

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

How, where, and when work happens, employee personal needs, and digital transformation are blending. This new paradigm is forcing L&D to rethink its value proposition. Join this session to learn a new playbook for L&D that will help you reset, rethink, and rebuild L&D into a more human-centered function. Learn more.

Luc Blanchette

801: Beyond Emergency Online: Building Sustainable Blended Learning

Luc Blanchette, Université de l'Ontario Français

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Now that the dust is settling, we can approach blended learning the right way by assessing various models while salvaging many of the assets used during the scramble to get online. In this session, you'll learn through real-life scenarios of success and failure how to implement blended learning for a large organization. Learn more.

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