LMS Success: Content Strategies That Elevate Your Learning Presence

The role of the LMS has evolved significantly over the past few years. While organizations are recognizing the power of online learning to enhance their portfolio and attract new participants — they’re not sure how to strategically maximize this investment. In this session we’ll facilitate a discussion about winning content strategies you can begin to implement immediately.

Learning Objectives:

  • Reveal the changing role of the LMS
  • Discuss the key components of a digital content strategy
  • Explore opportunities for maximizing different forms of content to engage your target audiences
Date: January 1, 1970
Time: 12:00 p.m. Central
Event: CommPartners Webinar
Topic: Content Strategies That Elevate Your Learning Presence
Public: Public

Learning Engagement Strategies

We want our speakers to punch up the engagement in their sessions, but often struggle getting their buy-in and follow-through. Waning engagement takes a serious toll on your event experience. And your brand. So what can we do? In this session we’ll talk about what learning engagement actually is and how to tap it. We’ll explore quick win learning formats and strategies for working with speakers. Access Tracy’s learner engagement eBook debuting at this event to take this conversation back to your team.

Date: January 1, 1970
Event: Associations North Meeting Planner's Symposium
Topic: Learning Engagement Strategies
Venue: Double Tree by Hilton Minneapolis - Park Place
Location: Minneapolis, MN

Webinar Revolution: Four Voices / Four Perspectives

Webinar technology was designed for virtual interaction and it has the potential to be a powerful tool in the learning portfolio.

But we’re doing it wrong. Its potential is untapped. So far.

On this show we have some guests with ideas on how to change webinars for the better.

We’ll talk with education and learning experts looking at technology and learning design for a better answer.

We’ll also hear from association pros – both seeking to evolve webinars – but doing it two very different ways.

We’ll discuss:

  • Education strategy and learning design
  • Technology, production, engagement
  • Takeaways you can start using tomorrow to make a real qualitative difference in your webinars

Access the Podcast recording of the event here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/association-chat-podcast/id1221431539

Date: January 1, 1970
Time: 1:00 p.m. Central
Event: Association Chat: Webinar Revolution
Public: Public

An Integrated Learning Strategy: Moving From Event Based Learning to Continuous Learning

Tracy opened the conference inviting attendees a new conversation: the continuing education market has shifted and we must embrace the reality of continuous learning.

Workforce disruptions, competition, and modern learner requirements have resulted in the demand for continuous learning. Associations typically offer event-based learning which is not equipped to compete in the continuous learning market. We discussed what an integrated learning strategy looks like, what tools we already have (that we just need to employ differently) to get started, and how to bring this conversation back to the organization.

 

Date: March 10, 2017
Event: Association Trends Learnapalooza
Location: Arlington, VA

MicroLearning: Is Byte Size the Right Size

August 2 / 10:00 AM

Shrinking attention spans, downsized budgets, and compressed schedules are leading the stampede for more microLearning. But is byte size the right size for your content? In this session we’ll employ morsels and sips to understand how microLearning contributes to formal, informal and incidental learning. Don’t leave your nano content to chance. Leave with a strategy for how to use your bytes to get big learning results.

  1. Define microLearning and it’s essential role in curriculum
  2. Explore microLearning options and their design implications
  3. Collaborate on a sample microLearning strategy applied to real world cases

AR Disruption: New Realities for Learning Design

August 2 / 3:00 pm

Pokemon Go shattered records and triggered stampedes. It’s caused traffic accidents and inspired new forms of collaboration. While the Pokemon Go phenom was short lived, augmented reality (AR) will forever influence the up-and-coming generations’ expectations for digital interaction. In this session I’ll talk about emerging technologies and draw essential lessons we can utilize to strengthen digital learning design.

  1. Distinguish augmented reality from virtual reality
  2. Identify what emerging technologies tell us about the future of digital content
  3. Discuss opportunities for learning design innovation
Date: August 2, 2017—August 3, 2017
Event: Minnesota eLearning Summit
Venue: Normandale Community College
Location: Bloomington, MN 55431

How to develop eLearning pricing and winning value propositions

We know we’ve got to go digital to remain relevant with our learners. But because investing in eLearning can either serve up a passive revenue stream boom or a catastrophic budget buster – a proven strategy is imperative.

In this session we’ll talk about crafting a winning value proposition, avoiding common mistakes that kill registrations and explore pricing structures that combat one-offs.

Date: August 25, 2017
Time: 12:00 central
Event: Blue Sky eLearn Webinar
Topic: How to develop eLearning pricing and winning value propositions