June 13, 2017
Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann
The modern learning landscape calls for modern blended learning design. We aren’t designing COURSES, we are designing EXPERIENCES that support the learner in all of their moments of learning need – not just when learning something new.
It doesn’t have to be rocket science! It takes a new approach to design; an approach that builds on fundamental instructional design approaches and takes the needs of modern learners and modern organizations into account.
Blended Learning Campaigns are designed to support the learner experience by delivering time-released lessons that are supported by activities and resources that continue to be relevant after the formal campaign is over. The campaign design considers appropriate instructional strategies, techniques, and technologies to identify the best approach to a learning objective.
In this session, we will answer the following questions:
- What are the 5 moments of learning needs, and how does a learning campaign support them?
- What is the difference between instructional strategies, instructional techniques, and instructional technologies, and how do they impact blended learning design?
- How can resources used during the formal campaign support informal learning?
- How can a Campaign Map manage the development process and assist learners in navigating their learning experiences?
- How learning hubs are becoming the center of the learning universe, balancing the needs of business with the needs of learners.
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