Webvent

Data and Learning Science: The Magic Potion to Engage Your Learners

Tuesday, October 26, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Janine Loechel, Manager, Learning Content, BenchPrep
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As a learning leader, nothing is scarier for you than an e-learning program that doesn't support your business goals. If you find yourself haunted by unengaged learners or frighteningly high dropout rates, you need a magic potion to lead your learners and your organization to success.

The key ingredients to conjure an effective e-learning program are data and learning science. Data will tell you where learners get stuck and where you should focus your attention. Then, you can leverage learning design strategies to course-correct behaviors and improve engagement.

In this webinar, BenchPrep's learning content expert Janine Loechel will share five steps that will help you use data and learning design principles to create an engaging training program.

During this event, you will learn:

  • Why it's important to keep your learning program objectives in mind while designing and developing content that caters to modern learners needs
  • How to use data and learning design principles to course-correct your learning programs to increase engagement and keep your learners coming back for more
  • A five-step framework to help create an impactful learning program and leave with actionable next steps to implement in your training programs today

Presenter

Janine Loechel
Janine Loechel

Manager, Learning Content, BenchPrep

Janine Loechel leads a team of Learning Content Managers at BenchPrep, an award-winning learning platform. Janine has helped build dozens of online courses across many industries and for a variety of learners, always striving to apply best learning science practices for today’s learners. Her background is in academic editing, publishing, and content development. 


Sponsors

  • BenchPrep

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