Thinking Systemically About Learning Ecosystems

Conference Archive

Ecosystem 2015 - March 25, 2015

Jay Chance

Senior Manager
The Boeing Company

Chester Stevenson

Learning Solutions Integrator/Instructional Design
The Boeing Company

As our understanding of learning and development improves, we must continue to explore the system within which we operate. Our learning space goes well beyond just an LMS; there are multiple elements that we influence and impact. We can be much more effective if we look at each element to determine its health and potential for improvement.

In this session you will explore a more systemic view of learning ecosystems that will take into consideration the possibilities outside our traditional scope. You will participate in an open discussion on your own experiences related to learning ecosystems. You will leave this session with a better understanding of the full scope of possibilities of the entire system within which you operate.

In this session, you will learn:

  • One definition of a learning ecosystem
  • The elements of a learning ecosystem
  • Success stories about exploring these areas
  • Challenges and tips in socializing others on learning ecosystems

Audience:
Novice to advanced designers, developers, managers, and directors who are familiar with tools such as EPSS and communities of practice, in addition to more formal training methods.

Technology discussed in this session:
LMS/LCMS, electronic performance support systems (EPSS), individual readiness assessments, evaluation tools, mobile and tablet technology.

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