How to Utilize eLearning to Cultivate a Culture of Learning in the Workplace
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Utilizing the right content and tools within your eLearning platform can encourage a culture of learning in the workplace and allow organizations to enhance their training and development initiatives. Gamified content, badges and certificates, and a best-of-breed content strategy can inspire social learning, collaboration, and – in some instances – friendly competition to keep the modern employee engaged and productive. Open-source learning platforms such as Moodle, the most widely used learning platform in the world, make it incredibly easy to train employees and integrate innovative eLearning tools that enhance the learning experience while providing learners with incentives to continuously develop their talents.
Join Moodle experts eThink Education as they discuss:
- How to engage employees using badgification, gamification, and a best-of-breed content strategy.
- How open-source learning platforms, like Moodle, make it easy to integrate with innovative eLearning tools to enhance the learning experience.
- How to best maximize a learning platform to inspire a culture of learning in the workplace to more readily meet L&D goals.
- How to incorporate eCommerce capability to easily sell your courses online.
| Brian Carlson
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.
| Randy Jones
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.