408 Using Enterprise Social Networks to Create a Virtual Learning Environment
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Thursday, October 30
Today’s employees need to use different types of tools and they must learn how to assimilate and perform their job with limited training time and support. By using a social-networking site for a virtual-learning environment (VLE) learners can interact with experienced employees, learn how to properly use the company’s internal social network, and properly navigate through systems and repositories.
In this session you will explore how to use an enterprise social-networking site to create a well-designed VLE that will enhance the traditional corporate classroom and the learning experience. To increase performance outcomes you will identify key principles that support social and informal learning using a VLE. You will learn how to encourage participation and collaboration, and get engagement using a classroom VLE. You will leave this session understanding how a VLE can enhance participant performance, engagement, and learning experience, and reduce time to proficiency.
In this session, you will learn:
- Ways to incorporate social approaches that support learning and performance outcomes
- How to encourage participation, collaboration, and engagement using Web 2.0 technology
- How to enhance formal content by using a virtual learning environment
- The advantages of social capabilities within the classroom
- How to build a virtual learning environment using a social platform
Novice and intermediate designers, managers, training managers, and facilitators.
discussed in this session:
Jive, virtual learning environments, social collaboration, and SharePoint.
VP Emerging Learning Technology and Tools
Yvonney Huth is the vice-president of emerging learning technology and tools for Citigroup’s Citi Learning North America Consumer. Yvonney’s responsibilities include leading global, large-scale learning-technology efforts that span multiple lines of business. She drives the execution of the learning technology strategy and is responsible for the entire learning-technology implementation lifecycle from ideation through implementation. Yvonney holds a master’s degree in adult education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.