503 How to Automate Most of Your Routine LMS Tasks
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Tuesday, October 24
Case study on enterprise learning at Adobe: How Adobe did a massive rollout of Captivate Prime to over 84,000 global employees, service vendors, and partners.
In this session, you will learn:
- About learning plans—how to auto-assign learning activities based on learning outcomes, skill achievements, or completions
- About reporting and tracking—how to monitor your organization-wide learning goals using reports
Sr. Manager, eLearning Evangelism Group
Allen Partridge is the senior manager of the eLearning evangelism group for Adobe Systems. He has served on the doctoral faculty of the University of Georgia and Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and he has taught education and the arts in universities for more than 20 years. He has spoken to groups around the world about education and eLearning. Allen holds a PhD and has an extensive background in higher education and simulations; he has written several articles and books about eLearning, immersive learning, games, 3-D animation, and simulations.
Director, Adobe Digital University
Dan Heick, a member of Adobe’s worldwide field leadership, is the director of Adobe’s Digital University. Dan is passionate about enablement and driving the next generation of learning solutions, which has earned a Stevie Award for innovation and Brandon Hall gold and silver awards. Dan has been in Adobe leadership for seven years, focusing on L&D and helping to build a billion-dollar digital marketing business. With 25 years of experience, Dan has held diverse leadership roles in product strategy, engineering, and marketing. He holds an MBA and economics and management science degrees.
Sr. Manager, Learning Architecture and Innovation
Rawn Shah is a senior manager of learning architecture and innovation at Adobe. He leads a global team that designs, builds, and manages the portals, integrations, and LMS that deliver training to Adobe's worldwide sales and partner networks. Rawn has worked with large enterprise enablement, marketing, and IT teams for nearly two decades. He has contributed to seven books and written 600 articles for leading technology and business journals, including JavaWorld, Forbes.com, LinuxWorld, and CNN.com. He holds a degree in computer science of the University of Arizona.