Supporting Employee Development Through Personalized Learning

Date: Thursday, June 13, 2019

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 60-minutes

Employees are tired of the traditional one-size-fits-all learning experience. In a culture that values the importance of customization we need to adapt our programs to suit learners’ needs. By personalizing learning, we can empower our teams to grow and adapt to a continuously changing work environment. This growth benefits the individual who is taking a course and their entire organization, as these employees will be engaged and have an increased skillset that can be directly applied to their work. 

At the end of this webinar, you will be able to: 

  • Define personalized learning 
  • Outline the importance of offering learners a personalized experience
  • Incorporate elements of personalized learning into your courses 

Sponsored by:




   Darcy White

Darcy White completed her MA and PhD in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Waterloo. In her role as an Instructional Designer at D2L, she takes an evidence-based approach to design to increase learner engagement and learning outcomes. Before working at D2L, Darcy collaborated on a large-scale research project that explored learners’ perceptions and experiences with online learning to validate design and pedagogical principles and determine how to motivate learners in the online environment. Darcy’s hobbies include arts and crafts, practicing yoga, and exploring the outdoors. 


   Ruth Mullen

Ruth Mullen is an Instructional Designer at D2L. With seven years of experience in franchising, she has designed and implemented education programs for franchisees in sales, marketing, human resources and customer service.  Ruth believes that we all need to be lifelong learners since one person’s ache to learn can influence the entire world. Ruth holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts and a B.Ed. from Brock University and is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT).  She also likes international road trips, history and trying out new recipes.