Designing Learning Portals for Consumption & Value Add


In the age of information glut, Learning Portals can provide Learners a way through the chaos to Learning and Knowledge that is useful and easier to access. However, success stories are few and far between due to technology and design challenges. In many organisations, the LMS is viewed as a Learning portal but not the one that provides the flexibility and user experience required.

In part 1 of our webinar Learning Portals – User Centric Gateway to Learning & Knowledge, we made the case for a Learning Portal to be responsive to business and learner needs.

In the upcoming part 2 of our webinar, we explore the different approaches to implementing portals depending on the needs and style of organisations, as “one size fits all” rarely works. We go into the details of optimising design and user interface, along with architecting information that is personalised for the user. 

Date & Time : Thu, 31 Aug 2017, 12 – 1 pm Sydney Time

We Discuss

  1. Selecting the approach to designing the Learning Portal that best fits your business needs
  2. Design, planning and change management considerations for implementation
  3. Identifying content and usage metrics 
  4. Skills required to design and grow the Learning Portal



  • Jeevan Joshi – Learning Architect at LearningCafe & CapabilityCafe. Jeevan is an experienced Learning and Capability practitioner who is passionate about the digitisation of  Learning & HR and building organisational and team capabilities to make it happen. Jeevan is currently involved in Future Capability projects.
  • Robin Petterd – Director at Sprout Labs. Robin is an experienced L&D professional with a PhD in experience design with interactive digital media from the University of Tasmania. He is also an artist and his work has been shown on most continents.

Thursday, 31st August
12pm to 1pm Sydney Time


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