Your Session Schedule

This online conference offers eight unique sessions, each demonstrating a practical solution you can use right away to make your workflow more efficient.

DAY 1: June 12

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101: The Neuroscience of Attention

Carmen Simon, Corporate Visions

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Explore scientific principles involved with your learner's attention and motivation. Apply these principles to grab your learner's attention and motivate behavior change.
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201: Make Blended Learning Stickier with Science!

Karen Hyder, Kaleidoscope Training & Consulting
Melissa Chambers Chambers Design

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Blended Learning can be a very good strategy to use with your learners. Join this session to learn some techniques that meet organizational goals and learning objectives and combat the forgetting curve.
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301: Using Neuroscience to Boost Corporate Learning

Hendrik Dietrich, ipso Bildung

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

After briefly touching upon the neuroscience of long-term memory, we'll look at how to apply scientific findings in practical ways to improve learning. Expect to hear about best practices related to fact-based knowledge acquisition and skills and habits. We'll include both the viewpoints of learners and learning designers. Learn more.

Lisa Sephai

401: Fostering Inclusive and Psychologically Safe Learning Environments

Lisa Sepahi, CSH

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

This session is designed to empower HR and L&D specialists with actionable insights and practical strategies to cultivate inclusive learning spaces that respect individual differences and promote psychological safety. As organizations increasingly recognize the impact of these spaces on employee engagement, innovation, and overall success, this session offers strategies for driving positive change. Learn more.

DAY 2: June 13

Nidhi Sachdeva and Kate Udalova

501: How to Apply Research-based Microlearning in Your Organization

Nidhi Sachdeva, University of Toronto
Kate Udalova, 7Taps

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Dive into this session and unlock the secrets of cognitive load theory, retrieval practice, and spacing. Discover how these strategies optimize learning outcomes while exploring real-world examples. Gain practical strategies for enhanced employee engagement and knowledge retention. Learn more.

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601: What's the Power of Curiosity in Learning Design?

Jeremy Roberts, JRo Learning

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Curiosity is more than just a way to describe your interest in something. It's actually a complex emotion that primes the learning centers in your brain. But not just your learning centers . . .  your reward centers too! When your curiosity is satisfied, your brain rewards the result, encouraging you to continue exploring that emotion. Understanding this concept and how it works can greatly impact how you approach learning design. Learn more.

Valary Oleinik

701: Gamification: It's More Than Points, Badges, and Leaderboards

Valary Oleinik, Valary with a WHY

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Gamification is much more than game elements. Join the session to participate in charting the course of this session as we dispel myths and extract precious tools and resources. Finally, you won't want to miss out on discovering how failure can be one of the most positive tools in the toolbox. Learn more.

Kelly Johnson

801: Not just Images - Applying Inclusive Design

Kelly Johnson, Paylocity

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

In this session, you'll learn how inclusive design connects the learner to the content - considerations to your design visuals (icons and images) and expressions (word choice and language) that can foster belonging and break down social stereotypes or misinformation in training scenarios. Learn more.

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