MNX101 Is Your Training Content Stuck in the Printer?
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Wednesday, October 25
Expo Hall: Management Exchange Stage
The idea of digitizing your high-value training materials may seem like a daunting task, but there is a road of best practices that you can follow to make it seamless. The key is to start small, by converting print and PDFs, and eventually work up to a complete digital content solution.
This presentation takes attendees down the maturity path of going from print to digital in their training content. Learning leaders who are still dealing in print can get stymied with all of the technology choices out there. What if they just want to get their content out of print? Once they’ve made this decision, how do they go from print to incorporating the technology that will move them forward in their training goals? This presentation will show the different considerations in each step and how to make that journey to ultimately engaging, interactive, mobile content for learners.
In this session, you will learn:
- The steps to take to go from print and PDFs to more interactive content with analytics
- Best practices for securely distributing your training content
- How to engage your learners with your high-value training content
Novice to advanced managers, directors, senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.), content owners, and content managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
VitalSource Bookshelf, VitalSource Bridge, VitalSource Content Studio, mobile, desktop, and apps.
Senior Product Manager
Clay Salit is a senior product manager at VitalSource, which he joined in 2012 after a decade of operational and creative management in broadcast media, publishing, and education technology. Clay sets the vison and strategic direction for VitalSource’s content provisioning platform, making it easy for content owners to get the right assets to the right audience, through business terms that work best for them. Clay is also responsible for guiding product innovation and technology at VitalSource as it intersects with the corporate learning market, understanding its driving forces, and ensuring that products and solutions are built considering the unique needs of this space.