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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Not Your Father’s e-Learning: New paths to learning in the digital age

Digital transformation is changing the workplace along with what and how employees learn.  Time is more precious than ever yet the need for learning and development continues to grow.  What to do?

Traditional forms of learning including highly structured eLearning is giving way to new forms of digital learning that are more learner directed, available at the moment of need, accessible via multiple devices in granular amounts, and leverage the knowledge of peers and external experts. They are taking the form of on-line social learning communities, digital learning resources linked to work processes, gamified learning programs and shared content generated by employees themselves. Definitely not your father’s eLearning.

This session will provide an overview of four emerging paths to digital learning that start to blur the lines between learning and working:

· Mobile Learning

· Performance Support

· Social Learning

· Gaming/Simulation

We will also discuss quick and low cost ways to improve the quality and impact of your eLearning, to make it more usable in the emerging workplace.

Speaker Biography:

Tom Gram is the Senior Director of Learning Services at Global Knowledge Canada, where he leads the consulting and custom learning Tom-June15-16development group. In over 25 years working in learning technology, he has developed hundreds of e-learning projects for organizations in the healthcare, technology, higher education, government and finance sectors. He has a Master’s in Educational Technology, and is a CSTD Certified Training and Development Professional and a Certified Management Consultant through the Canadian Association of Management Consultants.

Location details here.

Parking details:

The two office towers at 50 and 90 Burnhamthorpe Road share a common underground visitor parking lot that is NOT accessible via Burnhamthorpe Road.  Enter the visitor parking under 90 Burnhamthorpe Road from behind the building via Enfield Place. Take the 50 Burnhamthorpe Road elevator to the 6th floor.

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Date(s) - 15/06/2016
8:45 am - 11:00 am


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