Learn Camp 2014
New and improved for 2014, Learn Camp is a unique summer-long program that focuses on learning about technology in an interactive setting. This program encourages you to experiment and learn about the new and emerging technologies that are reshaping how we work and learn.
Register at http://learncamp.wordpress.com
It has no cost, a low time commitment, and takes place completely online. Each week you'll be introduced to a concept or tool along with a task to complete. Share your experience and thoughts with others as responses to the blog entry as we learn together through the summer.
Learn Camp provides you with new tools that are freely available on the internet to better support your own personal learning and potentially apply toward the goals of your organization. As one of the competencies of ATD, increasing your knowledge and use of learning technologies can have great impact on your role as a learning and development professional.
There will be three virtual presentations during the summer:
- We will kick-off this year’s Learn Camp on July 1 @ 1PM with an exciting webinar, led by Mark Britz, self-proclaimed “pragmatic learning professional” whose focus lies in social and informal learning. Mark’s blog “Learning Zealot” is one of the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness’s Top 50 Most Shared Blogs.
- On August 1 @ 11AM, Allison Michels, Director of
Customer & Partner Education Training Programs at Yammer, presents her insights on the role of social tools in learning.
- Lastly, JD Dillon, Director of learning technology and development at Kaplan Higher Education Group, will share is success story where social media changed everything at Kaplan. (Date TBD.)
All sessions, at the scheduled time, can be accessed at http://aep.adobeconnect.com/learncamp/
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