4 Strategies for Building a Culture of Learning Remotely


Michael moore  d2l
Senior Advisory Consultant, D2L
Holly whitaker
Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Adopting remote-work opportunities delivers positive changes to critical business metrics, such as reduced expenses, increased productivity and engagement, and decreased turnover and attrition.

Join Michael Moore, D2L, while he explores the 4 steps every organization can take to build a culture of learning that maximizes each employee’s potential and gives remote workers access to the same professional development and skills-mapping support as those on-site.

During this session, attendees will learn:
  • 3 typical challenges organizations face when it comes to remote work
  • 4 distinct strategies on how to effectively build a vibrant learning culture
  • Tips and best practices on how to implement each strategy

About Michael Moore

Michael Moore is a Senior Advisory Consultant (Analytics) with Desire2Learn. Having worked for over twenty years in the software industry, Michael's created numerous customization solutions and focuses on analytics, assessment reporting, and competency-based education models. Previously a Desire2Learn higher education client, he managed the Desire2Learn Analytics implementation at Daytona State College for three years. Michael holds a master's degree in Computer Information Systems and a bachelor's degree in Accounting.

About Holly Whitaker, Ph.D.

Holly Whitaker is a Learning Strategy Consultant at D2L. Her work unleashes capacity between human systems and technology. Her expertise is unlocking the power of strategic transformation of technologies & pedagogies. Throughout her career, she has led game-changing initiatives to integrate digital learning in contexts where remote education seemed impossible. Holly earned her Ph.D. in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications from Texas A&M in 2012 and holds master’s degrees in education and theology.  

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