Join us to discuss how personalized learning flips the traditional L&D model
In this webinar, we will discuss how personalization technology is changing the traditional approach of Learning and Development programs. There is a lot to cover but it is an exciting topic about how HR departments are flipping the script on how they train employees and share knowledge within their companies. Join us by registering below:
Title: How Personalized Learning Flips the Traditional L&D Model
Summary: Do you know how to use technology to create more personalized and efficient learning experiences?
Join us for this webinar, as we explore how learning technology is:
- flipping the traditional approach of Learning and Development to be more self-directed,
- making the discovery and personalization of content more efficient, and
- providing an enriched, data-driven ecosystem that integrates with your existing system with xAPI and Learning Record Store (LRS) functionality.
Mike Rustici, CEO of Watershed, will join Amar Dhaliwal, Chief Evangelist at EdCast, to share insights from real-world company examples and some amazing technology. We’re only booking an hour, so come ready to see how you can use technology to personalize your learning program.
Date: Feb. 7, 2017 at 11a PT / 2p ET
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Watershed, Founder & CEO
As an innovative software developer turned entrepreneur, Mike Rustici has been defining the e-learning industry for nearly 20 years. He helped guide the first draft of the Tin Can API (xAPI) and invented the concept of a Learning Record Store (LRS), which led to the creation of Watershed—the flagship LRS that bridges the gap between training and performance.
EdCast, Chief Evangelist
Amar was a co-founder of the learning management pioneer THINQ, and after its acquisition by Saba in 2005, led Saba’s product, engineering, cloud, and customer operations teams. He now leads the Marketing and Product teams at EdCast. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, he was a management consultant. Amar studied at The London School of Economics.