803 Encore Session: Preparing Your Company for an Augmented Reality Learning Program
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Thursday, June 27
We’re giving you two opportunities to catch this popular session – at this time or on Wednesday in Session 702.
Augmented reality is a powerful tool that can help your team achieve learning goals in a meaningful and hands-on way. But within the L&D field, there's a lot of misunderstanding about what exactly AR can do and how it can be implemented. And this can make it a challenge get everyone at your organization—and even just your team— on board with what you need to know to make an augmented reality learning program a success.
In this session, you’ll explore the steps you’ll want to take in order to successfully launch an AR program at your organization, including how to get buy-in and acceptance by business units. You’ll find out about creating a solid business case as a reason to use AR, and how a business partner proposing to use AR to solve a particular challenge can make it easier to implement AR solutions. You’ll then look at how to match the AR use case with your business' core values to make sure people understand how specifically this new technology is going to impact the organization. You’ll discover strategies for finding appropriate business cases and how to work with an internal team to plan, build, implement, and maintain an AR project.
In this session, you will learn:
- A step-by-step process for designing successful AR learning
- Why launching a pilot is a great idea to get started
- How to identify key players and successfully work with them on an AR project
- Ways to measure your results and iterate
Designers, developers, managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)
Technology discussed in this session:
Creative Interactive Ideas
Debbie Richards, the president of Creative Interactive Ideas, was named one of the most influential people in corporate eLearning for 2018. She works with organizations to design, develop, and deliver technology-based adult learning programs with measurable impact. Passionate about working with and mentoring other learning professionals, Debbie is the president-elect of the Association for Talent Development Houston Chapter and a past ATD national adviser for chapters.She is also the author of Seeing the Possibilities With Augmented Reality, an ATD TD at Work publication.