Wed, Sept 30, 2015, 12 – 1 PM AEST, Register
Remember the time we got all our news and entertainment from traditional media such as TV, Newspapers and Radio and experts. Fast forward to now and we are increasingly consuming user generated content on YouTube, Facebooks, Blogs, Wikipedia etc. This content is being generated by the same people who also work in your organisations.
Will Employees sharing their knowledge and expertise through User Generated Learning Content in form of videos, blogs, podcasts using smartphones and tablets become a mainstream Learning option? This approach while challenging to implement may resolve some of the issues that Organizational Learning faces including:
- Better engagement and effectiveness
- Save on costs
- Facilitate 70 in (70:20:10)
Our panel discusses the viability of using employee generated learning content and what it will take to embed User Generated Learning Content in organisations.
- Can and should Learners and SME’s produce content for other learners?
- Technology makes User Generated Learning Content possible. Are we ready?
- What about the quality of learner-generated learning content? Should we care that much?
- What tools and processes should be put in place? What capability does L&D require to implement User Generated Learning Content?
- Kane Davies – Senior Learning Partner – Retail, Officeworks. Kane is an experienced Learning Partner with a sound Instructional Design background. Kane has worked for organisations such as Bunnings, Deakin Prime and Chisholm TAFE.
- Darin Fox – Organisation Capability Manager Optus. Darin has worked in a variety of Learning and HR roles at AMP, BT, Telstra and ING.
- Jeevan Joshi – Founder – Learning Cafe & Digital Learning Adviser – Fairfax Media – Jeevan is an experienced Learning and HR practitioner who is passionate about the digitisation of Learning & HR. Jeevan has worked for EY, PWC, Boots, SumTotal and Upside.