208 Making Evidence-Based Recommendations to Your Organization
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tuesday, March 27
Management and Strategy
Many professionals struggle with providing clear recommendations to their organizations on what approach to take with courses. Simply putting things online because it is the trend does not seem like a very educated way forward. This often leads to disappointing results that are costly and do not deliver the expected outcomes. Many learning professionals remain unsure of how to formulate an answer to the question they are asked.
This session will share techniques developed over the years to make evidence-based recommendations to an organization. You will learn how to analyze content in order to provide a recommendation on instructional strategies and achieve greater stakeholder buy-in. You will explore a technique that can be applied to any type of content.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to perform a multimedia analysis
- How to build business cases for projects
- How to recommend instructional strategies
- Techniques for successful proposals
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers with some knowledge of the analysis process.
Technology discussed in this session:
Training Development Officer
Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Technology and Engineering
Captain Luc Blanchette is a training development officer in the Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Technology and Engineering. Luc has been working in the training field for four years and has initiated multiple projects to improve and modernize the military training environment. Last year, he received an Innovation award from the chief of defense staff and the deputy minister. He leads a development team of 18 personnel within the school. Luc holds an undergraduate degree in education and a master’s degree in distance education.