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Wed., November 11th
3:00 pm MT - 4:30 pm MT
(GMT -6)

Session Description

We’ve all experienced learning experiences that were forgetful. Often this happens because they are boring, they lack creativity, but mostly because they aren’t designed for us as adults. In this presentation, we will talk about constructs of engagement, adult learning principles and design considerations to help you create learning experiences that stick. We will walk through examples of before and after, discuss curriculum techniques and learning technologies you may want to use in creating your next learning experience. Finally, we will discuss evaluation questions you may want to ask to get better data about your learning experiences.

Session Speaker

Learning & Development Leader | Speaker | Researcher
Training Operations Manager, Silfex

Cara North is an award-winning learning experience designer and has been in learning and development for 10+ years working in both higher education and corporate settings. She is a Training Operations Manager at Silfex and a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University. She also serves as Past-President of Central Ohio ATD and Community Manager for the Training Learning and Development Community.

A self-proclaimed social media junkie, you can often find her on Twitter (@caranorth11) & LinkedIn (/in/caranorth11).

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