SDD105 How to Create Great Digital Learning That Works
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM Tuesday, March 26
Expo Hall: Design & Development Stage
Successful learning and development is not about dumping a lot of information on people and then testing them to prove they can recall it. We need to shake things up, do things differently, and focus on creating memorable, meaningful experiences that really work.
In this session, we’ll explore how to create great digital learning by diving into some of the latest trends and proven tactics being used in the industry right now.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to give people the power to define their own learning journey
- How to connect learners with each other in order to share insights and expertise
- How to reduce learning time and improve outcomes
- How to realize value by captivating and challenging learners
Director of Strategic Design
Andrew Joly is a director of strategic design at LEO Learning. He started out in TV production, where he learned about narrative, pacing, engagement, and deeply understanding one’s audience. As a commissioning editor at the BBC, Andrew worked in entertainment, interactive media, and game design, where the focus was on pushing and using technology in new ways. He later spent nearly 14 years as director of design at LINE Communications. At LEO, Andrew focuses on his passion: how innovative learning architectures and approaches can genuinely transform learning and performance in business and make a real difference.
Strategic Consulting Lead
Rose Benedicks, strategic consulting lead at LEO Learning, has more than 15 years of experience crafting business solutions, learning systems, and L&D strategies, specializing in problem-based learning and performance-driven solutions. Rose has developed or led the development of more than 10,000 hours of strategic, omni channel learning solutions. She has a masters in instructional systems technology from Indiana University. She is a presenter and thought leader who writes frequently about the industry.