From Push to Pull – How Digitalisation, Search and Video are Putting Employees in Charge of their Learning
Date Friday, Dec 3 Time – Room Bishop
The days of the L&D function being the gate keepers to content and learning are gone. The pace of change at work means the role of the L&D function has shifted to helping people find what they need, fast, and then supporting them in their learning process. In this session we’ll see how this can be done with a variety of techniques and content models, with a focus on one of the most popular today – video.
Researcher/Lecturer, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Zac Woolfitt is a researcher and lecturer at Inholland University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. His focus is the effective use of technology to support the learning process in higher education. And the technical and pedagogical challenges of the transition from teaching face-to-face in 3d, to teaching via video in 2d. Current research includes examining how technology enriched learning spaces play a role in the teacher/student interactions. His blog ‘Video Teaching’ http://zacwoolfitt.blogspot.nl/ follows developments in this field. He has presented at OEB since 2016.
Engaging the Digital & Hybrid Workplace through Video, Denis Staskewitsch
As businesses increasingly adopt hybrid practices, digital innovation is facilitating more effective employee engagement and agility. Join us as we discuss how using video technology to share knowledge can improve the recall of information, increase the discovery of your knowledge through search, and generally improve workforce learning. We'll also show you can implement it across your organization for continued success.