Gamification, Threaded Microlearning And Measurement

Join Dr. Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research and Roni Floman of GamEffective in this special webinar, scheduled for the 4th of April, 2017.
Dates 04 Apr 2017 12:00 pm (UTC -4) 04 Apr 2017 1:00 pm (UTC -4)
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Using Gamification, Threaded Microlearning And Measurement To Get From Learning To Performance

The number one focus in the learning field is workplace performance. And yet, too often, we default to old models of learning—even when we’re using the latest technologies. Even worse, we jump on the bandwagon of a new learning tool without aligning it to proven research-based learning methods.

In this session, noted research-to-practice expert, Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research will explore the power of three learning methods to help learners transfer what they’ve learned to their jobs—gamification, threaded microlearning and measurement. Joining him, Roni Floman of GamEffective will highlight these methods using real-world examples.

In this session, you won’t hear that today’s learners have the attention span of a goldfish, that training is dead, or that neuro-gamification is the future. LOL. Instead, the speakers will provide practical research-based ideas that you can utilize to energize your learning and support your employees in maximizing their on-the-job performance.

You’ll learn specifically how gamification can be performance-focused on real-world KPI’s—above and beyond learning. You will see how learning can be augmented with threaded microlearning nuggets (both informational and task-oriented). You’ll also see how improved learner feedback questions can focus on performance and create continuous cycles of improvement.

About Will Thalheimer

Will Thalheimer is a learning expert, researcher, instructional designer, business strategist, speaker, and writer. Dr. Thalheimer has worked in the learning-and-performance field since 1985.

In 1998, Dr. Thalheimer founded Work-Learning Research to bridge the gap between research and practice, to compile research on learning, and disseminate research findings to help chief learning officers, instructional designers, trainers, eLearning developers, performance consultants, and learning executives build more effective learning-and-performance interventions and environments.

His clients have included giant multinationals, eLearning companies, government agencies, and institutions of higher learning. His research and writings have led the field in providing practical research-based recommendations through his online publications, published articles, and his industry-leading blog.

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