Navigating The Social Learning Roadmap


Speaker, Author, Founder, LiquidLearn
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  • Date and Time
    Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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The transition from buzz word to trend to standard can sometimes happen in a blink of an eye. With more companies and organizations recognizing the value of social learning, we are fast on our way to a major shift in learning. The emergence of social media has enabled us to capture what we do quite naturally, LEARN. With technology, this dynamic leaves a digital footprint that makes learning viral positively infecting performance and ultimately increasing ROI. Unfortunately buying a social learning platform, although an important first step, doesn't ensure success of this learning approach. The Roadmap to Social Learning is a guide to connecting the people, technology, and goals to a social learning strategy.

During this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Discover the career implications of a social learning culture
  • Evaluate the value of a social learning strategy within their organization
  • Navigate steps to creating a social learning culture
  • Forecast obstacles in the organizational culture that block social learning
  • Fuel engagement within the framework of a social learning culture

About Terrence Wing

Terrence Wing is the founder of LIQUID LEARNTM. He specializes in Social Learning Implementation, blended training design, delivery and evaluation, and augmentation of instruction with learning technology. Terrence writes a monthly column for Learning Solutions Magazine titled App Fusion which focuses on social learning technology. He speaks internationally on Social Learning, Instructional Design, and eLearning topics. Terrence also cohosts for eLearnchat a weekly live streamed talk show on eLearning, social media and other training related topics. His work experience includes Retail Management, Distribution Management, Sales and Sales Management, and Human Resource Management. Terrence also served in the US Army as an Infantry Officer. He graduated from Marist College with a BA in Communication with an emphasis on Film and the Pennsylvania State University with a MA in Corporate Training and Development.

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