Designing for Modern Learning: Redefining L&Ds Approach for a Digital Age
Learning is no longer an activity or luxury that only occurs at specific stages in your life or career. With the digital revolution, learning has become immediate, real-time, and relevant. As a learning and development professional, you have likely confronted the digital learning revolution, but you are armed with instructional design models from the pre-digital world.
Now, today’s digital universe has a learning design model to integrate both new technologies and tried-and-true learning methods into the learning experience design: learning cluster design.
In an energizing and engaging format, the presenters lay out a new learning design philosophy and model that is helping L&D professionals and organizations remain relevant, and even critical, by showing us how to design a set of multiple learning assets, available across the flow of work, to deliver performance goals on the job.
Join us with the incredible author Lisa M.D. Owens who co-wrote Designing for Modern Learning (Beyond ADDIE and SAM), a groundbreaking new book published by ATD Press in 2020. Lisa will be joined by Danielle Goldsmith, a Learning Cluster Design Group consultant.
Objectives of the Session:
Speak the new language of modern Learning & Development
Gain insights on a new learning design philosophy to more easily meet organizational needs
Visualize a strategy to more easily help learners learn when, where and how they need to learn
Integrate the Learning Cluster Design model with tried-and-true ID models
Win A Copy of Designing for Modern Learning!
Each registration comes with one raffle entry for a copy of the book: Designing for Modern Learning.
If you’d like to order the book, click on any of the title links. Please use the ATD-Central Mass Chip Code CH1201 when ordering from ATD Press.
About the Presenters
Lisa MD Owens is a co-author of Designing for Modern Learning: Beyond ADDIE and SAM. She is a learning expert who applies learning sciences to create training programs that move businesses forward. She designs training for the in-person and virtual classrooms and the web. Lisa founded Training Design Strategies LLC in 2012 to help companies achieve their goals through the power of training. Beyond her client work, she has served as instructor for Ohio University’s instructional design graduate program and on the Greater-Cincinnati-ATD chapter’s Executive Advisory Board.
Danielle Goldsmith has several years of experience in instructional design and development and employee training. She has designed and developed learning programs for a variety of organizations from non-profits to Fortune 500 companies. She has a graduate certificate in instructional design from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.