How the Co-op embraced digital learning to reach a diverse audience
London Learning NewsActeon Communication and Learning
In 2017 the Co-op created a new Member Pioneer role to support their work in local communities. Member Pioneers are people from many backgrounds, with different mindsets and expectations about learning. With such a varied audience, how did the Co-op use learning to help them make great things happen in their communities?
Acteon will be presenting this seminar at Learning Technologies 2018 on Thursday 1 February at 11.45 in Theatre 5.
This case study explores how to tackle challenges like:
Moving from face-to-face to digital learning
Engaging diverse audiences – from partners to casual workers, to volunteers and part-timers
Balancing the needs of the tech-shy and the tech-savvy
Harnessing communications to ensure ongoing engagement
Shifting from 'spoon-fed' learning to a self-directed, digital culture
Jackie Belcher, Training and Communications Manager at the Co-Op will also be taking part in a conference session on Expanded Learning on 31 January at 11.10. In this session they'll be exploring how to deliver learning effectively across large, complex and diverse organisations.
Acteon works across the spectrum of blended communication and learning delivery, from printed manuals to collaborative learning tools delivered via mobile devices. We offer strategic consultancy on communication issues and help clients drive the adoption of learning technologies, aligning implementation with corporate vision and values. We have particular experience handling complex content, translating product, process and service-specific information into effective communication and learning tools.