Creating Modern Learning for Modern Learners
Friday, April 6, 2018 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
The world of learning is changing rapidly. Advances in cognitive science and mobile technology have revolutionized how we think about training. We are supplementing and, in some cases replacing, large, structured training events with new learning strategies, including:
• Subscription learning
• Adaptive questioning
• Innovative assessments
Learning on phones and tablets has become more commonplace than learning on computers.
But, what is the evidence that all this works? Some modern learning strategies have a stronger research basis than others. How can you use this research evidence to make the case to introduce modern learning strategies into your organization? And finally, since the traditional course as we know it is not totally dead, how do you balance modern learning strategies with the need for larger, structured courses?
Join us for this LTEN webinar as Steven Just, chief learning officer of Intela Learning, addresses all of these issues and provides practical advice to help you implement modern learning strategies in your organization.
Steven Just is the Chief Learning Officer of Intela Learning, where he focuses on designing modern learning software. Previously he was the founder and CEO of Pedagogue Solutions, the premier assessment management system company. After 25 years of growing Pedagogue into the industry leader, Dr. Just sold Pedagogue to Saba, where he helped unify Pedagogue into the Saba Talent Management system and advised on assessment and learning strategy.
Dr. Just has a master’s degree in computer science, a doctorate in educational psychology and over 25 years’ experience working with the world’s leading companies helping them to create learning and assessment strategies based on the latest research in cognitive science. Earlier in his career he worked at Bell Labs where he did research on computer applications in learning and assessment.
He has taught hundreds of workshops and is a frequent speaker at professional conferences. He is a regular contributor to Focus, the professional magazine of the Life Science Trainers and Educators Network (LTEN), and is a member of the LTEN Editorial Advisory Board.
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