Design an eLearning environment that supports performance outcomes
A recent IDC study on the learning and development (L&D) practices at high-performing companies found that not only does offering more courses to your learners increase employee participation, but that employees take 50 percent more eLearning courses when the courses are highly relevant to them.
It's clear that eLearning course creation cannot be an isolated effort. Your eLearning content needs to align to your organization's larger talent development strategy, which includes creating value for the business and the employee. But how do you decide whether you should build eLearning courses yourself or buy off-the-shelf?
Join us for this webinar to learn how to build an eLearning course catalog that positively impacts performance, productivity and engagement.
You'll gain insights into:
- The skill set and resources you need to develop good content internally
- Tips for evaluating off-the-shelf eLearning content, including what to consider and traps to avoid
- What role your learners should play in course evaluations
- How to ensure your LMS supports your eLearning content strategy
Watch the on-demand recording now!
About the Speakers
Vice President of Curation, OpenSesame
Spencer Thornton is the Vice President of Curation at OpenSesame. Spencer uses his 18+ years of L&D expertise and vision for high quality content to help companies develop the most productive and admired workforces. Spencer oversees the team responsible for the selecting the highest quality content for OpenSesame's customers.
Before joining OpenSesame, Spencer served in leadership positions with several global HCM organizations, SumTotal Systems (SkillSoft), GeoLearning and Dice. Spencer holds a degree in Business Management from Iowa State University.
Director of Solution Consulting, Saba
Jason Sevilla is the Director of Solution Consulting for North America at Saba. He and his team are responsible for crafting solutions and delivering product knowledge to prospective clients and existing customers. In his time at Saba, Jason has worked first-hand with companies across a broad range of industries to assist them with their talent initiatives.
Jason is a graduate of the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Information and Operations Management.