SEMT106 Innovation in Learning: Reimagining the Future of Learning
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM Wednesday, October 24
Expo Hall: Emerging Tech Stage
Curious about how to keep up with constantly changing technology? Wondering how to shift your learning programs to be more relevant and useful for today’s learning? Not sure how to plan for the future workforce? This session explores the evolution and new frontiers of learning technology—innovations that are making learning more immersive, contextual, and relevant for learners both today and in the future.
This session will help you gain a deeper understanding of how technology is evolving to shape learning programs. You’ll explore how to embrace new technology and design and make them an integral part of the learning narrative. See how technologies such as mixed reality, artificial intelligence, and 3-D animation are revolutionizing training. You’ll gain insights into the challenges of learning today, and how innovative learning design and technology can truly bridge the gap.
In this session, you will learn:
- How the technology boom of the past decade impacts learning
- About the latest technological innovations that are revolutionizing learning
- How emerging technologies and thoughtful learning design can transform learning programs
- How to better apply new technologies to meet learning needs
Intermediate to advanced designers, developers, managers, and senior leaders (directors, VPs, CLOs, executives, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Mixed reality, AR, and VR; artificial intelligence; 3-D and animation; gaming and simulation; and evolving instructional design.
Senior Vice President Customer Solutions
MPS Interactive Systems
Anna Kuehl is a senior vice president of customer solutions for MPS Interactive Systems, a global leader in learning solutions. She leads customer engagement and success, with a focus on delivering excellence in high-impact, complex, and innovative human performance and development programs. Anna has nearly 20 years of cross-industry consulting experience in learning, having worked as a managing consultant for EDS and as an SBU manager L&D for ACS before joining TIS in 2007.