Using Open Source Resources to Build Modern Learning Ecosystems

Speakers

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Co-Founder and CEO, eThink Education
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VP of Business Development & Strategy, eThink Education
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Tue, May 07, 2019 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Description

In today's robust eLearning landscape, there are a multitude of different technologies, tools, and strategies that can help engage the modern learner. As the workplace learning market continues to rapidly evolve, it's important to build your employee training programs with longevity, interoperability, and the contemporary learning ecosystem in mind.

Join us on May 7 to learn how open-source learning platforms, like Moodle and Totara, not only make it incredibly easy to integrate innovative eLearning tools and strategies for an enhanced learning experience but allow you to future-proof your LMS investment for years to come.

During the session, you will learn:
  • About the latest eLearning trends, tools, and strategies
  • to consider when building an engaging and future-proof training program
  • How open-source platforms can be optimized to inspire a culture of learning in the workplace that aligns with business objectives and other learning methods
  • How open-source Moodle and Totara offer the flexibility, scale, and functionality to provide a scalable and interoperable learning platform

About Brian Carlson

Mr. Carlson co-founded eThink Education more than nine years ago and today has oversight of the entire operation.  He brings over 15 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.

About Randy Jones

As VP of Business Development & Strategy Mr. Jones is responsible for overseeing eThink's channel network and partner relations as well as working with the executive team on various strategic initiatives. Mr. Jones joined the eThink team in 2014 and he brings over 14 years of education technology experience including 4 years with the New York Times and 4 additional years providing Virtual Course Material solutions. Mr. Jones holds a MBA from University of Baltimore and a BS in eBusiness & Marketing from Towson University. 

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