403 Wired, Not Tired: Is Curation the Cure for What Ails L&D?
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, October 25
Content curation is rapidly becoming an essential skill for learning professionals, but many have yet to take the step of putting it into practice. This session will arm you with an understanding of how curation helps both you and your organization, along with the tools and techniques you’ll need to craft your own personalized curation system. It’s time to make curation a central part of your digital learning toolkit.
In this session, you will learn how using curation helps you move beyond the traditional packaging and delivery of content to provide better, more effective and more efficient solutions for learners and stakeholders. You’ll also find out how to create a solid content curation strategy, and explore tools and techniques you can use to build a powerful, efficient curation workflow that is customized to your needs and preferences.
In this session, you will learn:
- How and where to discover the most valuable content efficiently
- About crafting a content strategy plan to guide your curation efforts
- Tools and techniques for building your own personalized content curation system
- Strategies for becoming a trusted guide in your organization and beyond
Designers, developers, managers, and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Content curation tools—Twitter, Degreed, Refind, Nuzzle, Feedly, Buffer, Pocket, Diigo, Zeef, etc.
Director of Learning Technology
Mike Taylor directs learning technology and online learning at Mindset Digital in Columbus, Ohio. He has over 20 years of experience successfully developing and deploying a wide variety of learning strategies and technologies. Mike holds an MBA degree from Ohio University and a master’s degree in educational technology from San Diego State University.
Director, Learning Experience Design
GP Strategies Corporation
Bianca Baumann, director of learning experience design at GRP Strategies Corporation, focuses on digital education success, combining L&D and digital marketing to create outstanding learning experiences that stick. She has spearheaded multiple projects in the marketing, financial, and events industries, creating award-winning programs along the way. She shares her expertise in her blog and at global conferences, highlighting the importance of including disciplines outside L&D to map out learner journeys that help drive performance. She published the eBook The Little Black Book of Marketing and L&D, a practical guide that helps integrate proven marketing techniques into L&D.