BYTE - How to Engage Modern Learners: When to "Push" and When to "Pull"

April 19, 2016

Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann

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Does your personal expectation of learning align with how you learned 10, 20, or even 30 years ago? Of course not. Because you are a modern learner! You have a choice in how you learn, and so do the learners you're developing and designing training content for.

The modern workplace requires us to develop strategies that engage your modern learners, keeping your audience and the anticipated learning environment in mind. Not all learning needs to be formally scheduled or assessed. As a matter of fact, most modern learning takes place in the moment of need. The design of the learning will be influenced by where and when learning is anticipated to occur, and success will be dependent on the technology selection, implementation strategy (stand alone, blended, or micro-learning), and design approach.
To address these topics, this session will incorporate lessons learned from multiple experts in the field – integrating topics such as the “5 Moments of Learning Need," “Principles of Modern Workplace Learning,” and comparing the “Push” training culture to the “Pull” learning culture.

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording

    

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