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Strategies to Empower Learners within a Learning Management System
Some people believe that learning management systems (LMS) are rigid platforms that force training on helpless learners. They believe that these learning environments create an outdated, rigid, top-down approach to learning that will eventually be replaced with more learner-driven practices.
The truth is that a learning management system can provide a learning environment where learners have control over many aspects of their learning.
Join Richard Nantel. VP, Enterprise Learning Solutions at Blatant Media, as he discusses:
•       Why course equivalency should be part of your learning strategy
•       How to design curricula that give learners control over which learning events they select
•       How to use a learning management system as an on-ramp to the Web’s best content
•       How to allow learners to select their preferred learning modalities, whether self-paced courses, instructor-led events, or other
•       How to give learners the ability to record the learning events they engaged in outside of the learning management system
•       How the data collected through learner surveys can create a learner-driven environment
•       Launching collaborative activities from a learning management system
•       And much more
This fast-paced presentation won’t bore you with a bunch of PowerPoint slides. Instead, we’ll focus on hands-on demonstrations of ways a learning management system can be used to create a flexible, personalized learning environment.
This presentation is designed for HR and learning professionals; anti-LMS fanatics, those who think learners in a LMS are like caged animals; learners who actually feel like caged animals in their LMS because administrators haven’t implemented the ideas presented in this session; those wondering if a learning management system might benefit their organization; LMS administrators hoping to better serve their learners.
01/10/2013 12:30 pm o'clock
01/10/2013 1:30 pm o'clock
Richard Nantel
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Who should participate:

This presentation is designed for HR and learning professionals; anti-LMS fanatics, those who think learners in a LMS are like caged animals; learners who actually feel like caged animals in their LMS because administrators haven’t implemented the ideas presented in this session; those wondering if a learning management system might benefit their organization; LMS administrators hoping to better serve their learners.

What you will learn:

  • Why course equivalency should be part of your learning strategy
  • How to design curricula that give learners control over which learning events they select
  • How to use a learning management system as an on-ramp to the Web’s best content
  • Recommended Resources:

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