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501 Building Just-in-Time Voice Experiences
8:15 AM - 9:30 AM Thursday, July 18
Imagine arriving at your desk and saying, "Alexa, Good Morning!" Alexa shares an OHS update from the safety team, followed by an inspirational message from the CEO about diversity. You forget how to do an HR process, and Alexa explains it, step-by-step. And you need to train a team-member on how to interview someone. No worries! Alexa's got you covered with an interactive interviewing game.
In this session you'll learn how to use voice to create learning experiences, without any coding necessary. You'll be introduced to the hardware and software available right now to start creating these experiences. We'll break down the basics of voice experience (VX) design and see some live examples that have a natural tone and visually make sense. Finally, we'll discuss a process to create VX solutions, and how to go about choosing appropriate solutions to support workplace learning.
Learning Experience Designer
Cath Ellis Learning Design
Cath Ellis is a freelance learning experience designer at Cath Ellis Learning Design, a boutique eLearning company in Melbourne, Australia. She has more than a decade of experience creating authentic and powerful learning experiences for clients across the globe. She has a bachelor of adult learning and development and has just completed her master of digital technology in education from the University of Melbourne.