L&D professionals are under even more pressure than ever to deliver engaging learning solutions that deliver impactful business results. But in a world of Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter, how do you create high impact learning applications which deliver content in the same way as these multibillion-dollar consumer technology apps?
In the session “Good things come in threes: Gamification, Storytelling and Content Curation”, Netex Director Mike Byrne, will look at how we can start to re-engage our learners.
During this interactive workshop he will review the importance of a story telling, gamification and content curation in the design of learning programmes.
This session will encourage participants to share experiences with fellow attendees, and be used as the official launch event for Learning Stories the latest application available in Netex’s learningCloud platform.
Spread across two days, the annual LEARNING LIVE conference brings together learning and development professionals from across the globe, and provides them with the opportunity to network with industry peers and discover the latest innovations in learning technologies and support services.
Leading up to the event Mike Byrne commented: “We are very excited to be running a workshop at Learning Live; it’s a really significant event in the annual L&D professional’s calendar and we are delighted to be taking part this year.”
“We will be officially launching Learning Stories, our latest gamification application, available within our award winning learning platform learningCloud.”
“Our aim is to transform the traditional approach to learning platform design by delivering an application-based, fully interoperable solution for professional learners, that replicates the apps we all use outside of work in our day-to-day lives.”