Chief Learning Officer at Fuse, Lori Niles-Hofmann, introduces the concept of Digital Body Language and the significance of data-driven learning design in her latest video below. Lori explains “The concept of data-driven learning design actually comes from marketing, and if you contrast how marketers design their content campaigns, they really begin with this data approach. They have metrics, which you can’t even conceive of, that are so intricate, that will tell you exactly what their audiences will likely respond to. And if we take a little bit of that lesson over in L&D, we now can design learning that is going to be far more receptive and aligned to our audiences.”
The upcoming webinar on 30th May (1:00 PM EDT / 6:00 PM - BST) will discuss the Digital Body Language concept and how it is currently being used to allow Fuse to effectively engage audiences with content and why it may lead to better learner engagement and business performance. Exploring live dashboard on how Fuse currently track learner interactions, Lori will share insights on how to use this data to design learning tailored to your learner’s preferences.
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The importance of Data-Driven Learning Design, explained by Lori Niles-Hoffman
If you would like to find out more about 'Digital Body Language in Learning' join a free upcoming webinar with Lori Niles-Hofmann and Future Workplace taking place on 30 May 2018 at 6:00 PM (BST) / 1:00 PM (EDT). Register for a place here.