Allen’s industry experts will present and report on how to expect more from your training during Masie’s Learning 2013 Conference
SALT LAKE CITY (October 31st, 2013) – Allen Communication’s CLO Michael Noble and CEO Ron Zamir will present “Expect More!: Remixing Training Modes, Media, and Design” at Masie’s Learning 2013 Conference. The annual conference, taking place November 3-6, 2013, brings learning professionals together to collaborate on improving techniques and leveraging innovative strategies.
Allen Communication’s session “Expect More!: Remixing Training Modes, Media, and Design” will be held at 11:15 EST Tuesday, November 5. In it, Noble and Zamir will demonstrate how the audience can make over stale web-based and instructor-led approaches by remixing them with new mobile technologies, social applications, motion graphics, and game-based strategies. Showcasing unconventional and flipped strategies, Noble and Zamir will explore techniques for creating surprising hybrids, like the instructor-led, app-based physical simulation or the gamified-story-tutorial-turned-social mentoring program. They will also demonstrate how to create new recipes using Allen’s award winning iPad app, DesignJot.
In addition to the session, Zamir will participate in Tuesday’s lunch panel, “Tired LMS,” to discuss why Learning Management Systems (LMS) are not keeping up with the evolving nature of learning. Currently, most LMSs do not offer the personalization the industry is demanding. Video, mobile, and social/collaborative engagements are all gaps that organizations are finding in their current learning systems. Along with other panelists, Zamir will discuss how organizations can leverage new technologies to get a custom-tailored solution at lower cost of ownership.
Allen’s Senior Design Consultants (SDCs) will also be attending the conference to provide insights and updates on Learning 2013 happenings. Leading up to and during the conference, SDCs will provide blogs, case studies, and insights that will be available via the Allen tag: Learning2013. Both those attending and not attending Masie 2013 can follow Allen on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or to learn more as Allen experts weigh-in on new ideas, strategies, and tools that have strong and immediate real-world applications.
“Our team will present on how to take existing courses and make them more meaningful and engaging for today’s learners,” said Ron Zamir, CEO of Allen. “Instead of settling we should expect more and focus on improvements that directly impact our learners and the behaviors we are trying to influence. We invite you to follow our team as we participate and contribute to Masie’s Learning 2013.”
Check out Ron’s Expect More! Masie recap for a look at corporate training challenges, objectives, and examples of proven solutions to stale courses.
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