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This Week’s Shout-out is for Joanne Brown, submitted by Laura Sukorokoff.
“I would love for you to do a shout-out to Joanne Brown. She has served on our regional chapter executive for many years. When I joined the chapter, she was the Chair, and she continued in that role for several years, until last September, when she turned things over to me. Since then, Joanne has been our Director of Communication. Of course, she has done that with the same level of skill, reliability, integrity, and care that she applied to her position as Chair.
Joanne is a tireless champion of the association and its members, always wanting the best for the members we serve. I have truly loved working with Joanne; I appreciate the skill, compassion, and friendship she has shown.
Joanne is leaving us to start a new adventure in her life. She is moving to Ontario to get married and start afresh there. We will miss her so much. She is a great motivating force, and there will be a hole in our chapter leader group that will be tough to fill. Personally, I will miss her laughter, support, friendship, and caring personality.
If anyone deserves to be recognized for her efforts for the Vancouver and BC Mainland Chapter, it’s Joanne Brown.”
Do you want to give thanks or a shout-out to a member of I4PL for helping at a Chapter event, in recognition of a new job, or just being an awesome part of the performance and learning community? If so, please send Sarah Cooper, Marketing Manager, the details and it will be included in an upcoming newsletter.
This year's Conference “Performance & Learning in the Digital Age” is a shared initiative between the field of Learning and Performance, and Higher Education. We are implementing innovative ideas and partnerships to expand the opportunities for learning and networking.
The Conference has returned to a three-day format, and the Early Bird member rate is $695 +tax which runs until September 1st and after that the member full-price rate is $845 +tax. The Conference will be held October 16-18, 2018 at The Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals for The I4PL 2018 Conference. We are evaluating them and will be contacting submitters in the coming weeks.
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Webinars are always free for members and $50 +tax for non-members.
These events count towards 1 credit hour each for certification maintenance.
Please note that there are two steps in the registration process. First, you are required to register on IMIS (The I4PL website) and then the second step is to register on the ZOOM platform. The second step will be sent to you 48 hours before the webinar that will then send a confirmation email with the dial-in instructions. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
The 2016 and 2017 recorded Conference sessions are now available! Relive your favourite sessions or catch up on ones you may have missed. Conference attendees and I4PL members receive 50% off the recorded sessions for a limited time, click here for more information and to purchase your sessions.
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Chief Learning Officer
In learning and development these days, it seems that change is the only constant. Here, three millennial L&D leaders — Larry Nicholson, training manager at American Integrity Insurance; Giselle Mota, learning strategist at Preductiv; and Nick Elkins, digital design manager at PwC (previously learning and performance experience designer with Coca-Cola Beverages Florida) — sound off on what they believe the future holds for the profession.
Online learning remains unpopular amongst professors and even with the general public. While many work actively to promote the notion that an online setting can serve as an analog to in-person education, there's a wholly less controversial use of digital technology being used in and out of the classroom. It calls for a blend of online and in-person education, and there's growing evidence that it surpasses traditional methods. Blended learning has proven itself as not only a teaching strategy that allows greater flexibility, but one that is more effective than traditional methods.
Training Industry Magazine
Training organizations today face a variety of challenges, including training consistency, limited resources, securing an internal champion, content relevancy, evaluating effectiveness, sustaining training's impact, prioritization of training and learner experience across modalities. Facing these challenges requires a shift from focusing on courses or programs to focusing on training as a system. The modern learning system is a framework for doing just that.
With the transition of traditional e-learning to mobile learning and microlearning to microlearning-based training, ID strategies are also evolving to keep pace. In this article, eLearning Industry outline the ID strategies that help us sync with the current trends.
Learning Solutions Magazine
There are many ways to train your employees. You could organize live seminars and deliver lengthy lectures in classrooms or hotel ballrooms. You can bring in industry experts and influencers and organize workshops. More often than not, industry influencers charge a bomb for sharing their knowledge. Not only that, seminars and lectures are not always the best way for most people to learn, and they take people off the job (lost opportunity, and unproductive use of time).
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