Design A User-Centric Approach With A Learning Experience Platform (LXP)

Design A User-Centric Approach With A Learning Experience Platform (LXP)

Date October 08 2019
Duration 60 Minutes
Join us and learn why Personalized Learning can benefit your organization, as well as some useful tips about its optimal implementation with Learning Experience Platforms. A webinar sponsored by eLearning Industry with Lindsey Coode (working for Learning Pool's Product Development) and Ben Betts (Learning Pool's Chief Product Officer). Lindsey's over 20 years of experience in L&D will be of great value to any participant. On the other hand, Ben has an extensive knowledge on gamification and LXPs, and he will provide useful insights about personalized learning.
Design A User-Centric Approach With A Learning Experience Platform (LXP)
Speaker Lindsey Coode / Ben Betts
Lindsey has over 20 years experience of designing and managing successful learning technology projects. She started her L&D life in the defence industry designing training for aircraft roll-out projects. She’s passionate about learning and started at Learning Pool nine years ago, heading up the custom content development team. More recently Lindsey has moved to a role in product development, focusing on how we can use learning theory to drive learning and performance improvement in future learning technology solutions.

Ben’s work with his company, HT2 Labs, has helped to define the ‘next generation’ of workplace digital learning platforms. Under Ben’s direction, HT2 Labs were amongst the first to put gamification into a Learning Experience Platform. They were the first to really grasp how social learning could be applied in the workplace. And HT2 Labs were the first to release an enterprise-ready Learning Record Store. Following Learning Pool’s acquisition of HT2 Labs, Ben has joined our executive team as Chief Product Officer with lead responsibility for our innovation strategy.
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Design A User-Centric Approach With A Learning Experience Platform (LXP)

When Benjamin Bloom conducted his '2 Sigma' study in 1984, he found evidence that proved what many of us had suspected - people learn much more effectively in a personal environment, one-to-one with an expert, than they do in the classroom or in a group setting.

But what is it that one-to-one interaction brings to learning? And can we replicate it, at scale, using technology?

We’ll answer this key question (spoiler alert, the answer is yes) but also look at the impact on L&D professionals and how personal learning strategies can help them put learning front and centre for learners and their organisation.

During this session you will learn:

  • What exactly is personalized learning and how can it improve engagement?
  • Examples of where personalized learning plans can add real value
  • How to implement personalized learning strategies in your organisation
  • How AI can help to personalize learning
  • Prepare for the challenges faced by L&D as their role shifts towards enablers of personalized learning
The major challenge raised by personalisation is to the established role of L&D. Typically, the way training is set up in organisations militates against personalisation. It tends to be top-down and course-driven. Employees are taken away from work, in groups, to take a training course. Once the course is over and any assessment passed, learners are considered to have had their training. Later there may be a refresher course, but again that will most likely be a one-off, group affair. This one-size-fits-all approach is at odds with the basic tenets of personalisation: that it should be targeted to meet individual needs and that learners can exercise control over what they’re learning and what they need to learn.
  • Hardware: Windows (1.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or faster/equivalent) or Mac (1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo or faster) and 512 MB of RAM (1 GB recommended)
  • Operating system: Windows 10, 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit) or Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, and 10.12
  • Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or later, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Google Chrome
  • Internet connection: Broadband (1 Mbps+) recommended
  • Software: Web browser plugin (will be prompted to install)