The New Rules of Engagement: Bringing Human Connection to Virtual Learning
Date Thursday, Dec 2 Time – Room Tegel
Leaders and learners agree that live training is the preferred way to develop critical business skills, share perspectives, and shape corporate culture. The shift from in-person to virtual learning presented the opportunities of increased accessibility and flexibility of training as well as the challenges of delivering engaging learning experiences. In this session, we will explore how new thinking about technology, skills, and formats come together to deliver on the promise of virtual learning.
In this session, you will:
• Explore new ways to create learning and development strategies in the hybrid workforce.
• Discover what tools and technologies are needed to provide engaging learning experiences.
• Provide personalised and engaging learning at scale.
SVP Strategy/International, Class Technologies
Matt Baker is one of the world's leaders in the educational technology sector. Matt started his career at Blackboard in 2000. For 13 years during his tenure at Blackboard he oversaw growth in the international markets along with heading up the acquisition of Moodlerooms, now OpenLMS. After leaving Blackboard, Matt spent much of his time supporting multiple startups in the EdTec space including SchoolChapters (purchased by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), Notebowl (a social LMS), and SimpleCloud. Most recently, Matt was the SVP of Education Strategy at Instructure. With the onset of the pandemic, Matt joined Michael Chasen (former founder and CEO of Blackboard) to start Class Technologies, a virtual classroom built on Zoom, where he currently leads its global expansion as SVP Strategy/International.