701 Process Mapping for Planning and Illustrating Learning Experiences

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Thursday, August 4

Most learning content is organized around the information that needs to be communicated, but learners are focused on the processes they need to know to get work done. Even when process mapping is used to organize the content, it still needs to be integrated into the flow of the learning experience for learners to be able to relate the content to their daily lives.

In this session, participants will learn to conceptualize business processes as a visual structure. They will be introduced to a technique for diagramming those processes in a way that can be used for organizing the learning content and repurposed as navigation elements for the content. They will then see how this approach creates learning experiences that learners can easily understand and relate to.

Adam Weisblatt

Learning Systems Strategist

Blank Page Learning

Adam Weisblatt is a learning strategist with a passion for creating learner-centered experiences and business-centered learning systems and processes. He is the founder of Blank Page Learning, which helps companies develop strategies integrating learning technologies to open the doors of new ideas and break down the barriers to learning. Adam has 20 years of experience in all aspects of workplace learning and implementing global enterprise-wide projects. He has been an instructor, eLearning designer, and programmer, as well as a performance artist, puppeteer, and cartoonist.

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