September 20, 2017
Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann
Modern learning requires modern instructional design. In the past, we designed stand-alone training events. To move into the future, our approach must evolve to address all possible moments of learning need. What’s the solution? Blended learning campaigns instead of courses.
The transition may require a thoughtful approach, but it’s not rocket science! By building on proven design methodologies and considering the needs of our modern learners, we can make the jump into the future.
Blended learning campaigns connect the dots between reusable content, allowing learners to create and follow their personal learning pathways, and turn to us as trusted advisers in their moments of learning need. Effective instructional design matches each learning objective to an appropriate instructional technique, implemented with the right strategy, and deployed using technology.
During Jennifer Hofmann’s Virtually There session, you will learn:
- The 5 Moments of Learning Need and how Learning Campaigns address all of them
- The difference between instructional techniques, instructional strategies and instructional technologies, and the ways they influence Learning Campaign design
- How formal training resources can also support informal learning
- How course maps manage the instructional process and provide direction to modern learners