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LTSF20 online event: The Invisible LMS

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During a week of online learning collaboration this July, Lori Niles-Hofmann, co-founder NilesNolen, explores the learning management system in organisational learning and asks how it fits with today’s working environment.

Lori Niles-Hofmann: the invisible LMS at the online LTSF 2020
Lori Niles-Hofmann: the invisible LMS at the online LTSF 2020 

This year the 2020 Learning Technologies Summer Forum (#LTSF20) will take place online across five days in July, Monday 13 to Friday 17. Lori Niles-Hofmann will host a session on Wednesday 15 exploring the learning management system’s role in organisational learning.

Donald H Taylor, LTSF Chair, explains: “A single platform for learning has long been the industry standard. But is it time to question how a destination-based delivery mechanism fits into the true ways employees are working.”

The Invisible LMS takes place on 15 July, 18:30 - 19:15 and covers:

  • use drip and nudge campaigns to nurture learning goals

  • migrate learning from platform to Inbox, Teams, Slack, etc.

  • remove once-and-done learning events

  • evolve your data analytics

  • implement learner-centric design with minimal friction

The full programme of activities is on the LTSF 2020 website.

Registration is free of charge: LTSF 2020 registration.

About Lori Niles-Hofmann
Co-founder NilesNolen

Lori Niles-Hofmann is a senior learning strategist with over 20 years of L&D experience across many industries, including international banking, management consulting, and marketing. Her specialization is large-scale digital learning transformations. She is passionate about helping companies navigate through the ambiguity of change and act as a trusted adviser to CLOs around the world. After leading and completing numerous EdTech implementations, she has developed the data-based methodologies and frameworks that will empower your L&D teams to move from business support function to strategic business driver. Lori is based in Canada, with one foot in Europe.