Converging Digital and Physical Learning

Thursday, December 17, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kelly Rider, Chief Learning Officer, PTC and Adrian LaSala, Field Comms & Digital Workplace Sr Manager, PTC

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How can learning and development professionals enhance the physical learning experience through digital technology? Join this session to learn practical applications for using technology such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and virtual reality to build workforce capabilities at scale in real time. Experience it for yourself with a hands-on example that will provide a glimpse into a new frontier of learning.

During this session, you will learn:

  • Use cases for emerging technologies to enhance traditional approaches to learning and development
  • Hands-on application for using augmented reality for professional development


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Kelly Rider
Kelly Rider

Chief Learning Officer, PTC

Kelly Rider is chief learning officer at PTC, a leading digital transformation solutions company. She is responsible for establishing the central learning organization and driving PTC’s learning digital transformation. Prior to working at PTC, Kelly held leadership positions in corporate L&D at SAP, SuccessFactors, Hewlett-Packard, and ACS/Intellinex.

Adrian LaSala
Adrian LaSala

Field Comms & Digital Workplace Sr Manager, PTC

Adrian LaSala has a love of technology, collaboration, good storytelling, and helping people learn. Those loves drive him to continually explore different means and media to package information, reach audiences, connect people, and enable others to do the same. They also push him to get the most out of digital productivity and collaboration tools and to help others learn more about the places where technology, communication, and collaboration converge.