4 Emerging LMS Trends in Corporate eLearning
Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
In the continuously evolving eLearning ecosystem, it can be daunting to navigate the rapid changes, new technologies, trends, and strategies positioned to help you reach your goals. Luckily for you, we’ve pinpointed the main trends to be aware of that will keep your training program moving in the right direction - on the path to sustained performance and employee success.
During this live webinar, we will explore the recent industry trends that are emerging as frontrunners for corporate eLearning strategy. Join us to learn why you should consider:
- Building a training program not only around the LMS but the eLearning ecosystem as a whole. We’ll break down the different technologies you will want to consider and how they can work together to enhance the learning experience.
- Employing a best-of-breed content model. We’ll explore the technologies around content integration and open-source systems (like Moodle and Totara) that allow educators to utilize the best content from any source to provide learners with the most engaging experience.
- Implementing valuable analytics & reporting. Enable data-driven decision-making, identify top-performing individuals, proactively anticipate learner needs, and provide key stakeholders with real-time insight into training program success.
- The importance of a service-heavy model. Identify your eLearning wants and needs in an ideal world… Now, how many boxes can your solution partner check off? You might be surprised what can be accomplished with the right partner.
Co-Founder and CEO
Mr. Carlson co-founded eThink Education more than nine years ago and today has oversight of the entire operation. He brings over 14 years of education technology experience, including 6 years at SunGard HE (now Ellucian) as a Senior Technical Consultant where he worked extensively with Student Information Systems. Mr. Carlson holds a BS in Physics and Astronomy from The Evergreen State College and is active in advising entities on eLearning initiatives through outside advisory roles such as his seat on the Baltimore Workforce Investment Board.
Vice President of Sales
Mr. Jones brings over 10 years of education technology experience to eThink including 4 years with the New York Times and 3 additional years providing Virtual Course Material platforms. As Vice President of Sales, he oversees sales strategies in the Higher Education, K-12, and Corporate Learning markets and is responsible for developing strategic partnerships. Mr. Jones holds a MBA from University of Baltimore and a BS in eBusiness & Marketing from Towson University.