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Building a Learning Ecosystem in SharePoint (Yes, SharePoint)
DevLearn 2015 Conference & Expo - October 2, 2015
Enterprise Learning Consultant
A state healthcare agency made a significant investment in new technology with the purchase of Microsoft Office 365 (SharePoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.), but there was a known gap in the digital skills of agency employees. Due to budget constraints, it had been several years since the last technology upgrade and as a results the employees had no experience with Office 365 and limited experience with productivity tools in general. However, the employees were not without relevant learning content. They had a catalog of eLearning courses on Microsoft Office and a learning management system (LMS) to make them available. Yet this skills gap remained an issue...
This session will describe a systems approach to building a learning ecosystem that provided a smooth user experience, relevant formal and informal learning content, and a collaborative platform to share the journey. This session will describe how SharePoint 2013 can be integrated with an LMS to provide performance support and social learning to engage, enable, and empower over 4,000 people in a state agency.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to leverage SharePoint for social learning
- How to integrate your LMS with SharePoint
- How to leverage instructional videos in SharePoint
- How to use SharePoint to curate external learning content
Intermediate designers and novice managers.
discussed in this session:
SharePoint 2013, Meridian LMS, PC, iPad.
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