Managing the oversight of a learning management system (LMS) can be a daunting task for any college or university. How do you meet unique institutional compliance requirements while also providing employees with meaningful and engaging development experiences?
In this webinar, Michele Harashe, LMS Administrator at Washington University in St. Louis, and JoAnn Shepherd, LMS Manager at Cornell University, will share how to deliver high-impact learning even with a small team and budget. You’ll learn how to simplify training, increase engagement, and improve business processes.
You’ll gain insights into:
- How two top universities built a robust LMS governance structure with limited resources
- How to create an LMS strategy that addresses the unique human capital challenges facing higher education
- Ways to deliver learning experiences that engage employees and maximize institutional impact
Register now to discover practical strategies for delivering high-impact training in your institution!
About the Speakers
LMS Administrator, Washington University in St. Louis
Michele is the Learning Management System Administrator for Washington University in St. Louis. She has over 10 years in the learning and talent platform development industry. Michele has a BS in Psychology and History from Webster University.
LMS Manager, Cornell University
JoAnn Shepherd is the LMS Manager/Consultant for non-credit training at Cornell University. As a learning and development professional, JoAnn has been the functional lead for implementing and managing two different management systems. JoAnn has a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a MS in Adult Education from Elmira College.
Principal, Education and Public Sector, Educe Group
As a Principal for Educe, Griffin leads the firm’s Education and Public Sector practice. While Griffin focuses on Higher Education, he brings nearly 15 years of experience implementing eLearning programs and talent management systems for a variety of clients across multiple industries. Griffin also serves as General Counsel for Educe, advising the firm on business law, human resources, intellectual property and data security issues.