• Webinar

    From Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming Today’s Digital Learning Challenges

Webinar

Anyone associated with learning and development felt an abrupt reality check as the COVID-19 pandemic transformed our learning forever. Now more than ever, the need for motivating, engaging, and inspiring learning that is understandable and actionable for ourselves and our colleagues have never been so important. Luckily, many of the practical solutions lie within the learning sciences. Once they are coupled with new tools, engagement strategies, and creative collaborations, you will be back on a thriving digital learning pathway.


Your hosts, Eric Rodgers, Executive Vice President at Infopro Learning, and Chris Keenan, a Learning Architect at American College of Cardiology (ACC), will share their experiences from both the provider and the client organization perspectives.


You will get insights on how to

  • Distinguish key learning principles from current learning misperceptions
  • Evaluate practical solutions that will engage, motivate, and inspire learning
  • Create an eLearning strategy that leads to improved learning experiences
  • Adopt one learning tactic that changes your approach to eLearning design and development

Speaker:

Eric-Rodgers

Eric Rodgers – EVP Managed Learning Transformation, Infopro Learning
Eric leads Infopro’s MLS growth strategy and is responsible for establishing a new Vision and the go-to-market strategy associated with our MLS offerings. He collaborates across the enterprise to ensure marketing, sales, presales, and operations are aligned for MLS services. Critical to this is the innovative approach leveraging Infopro’s 25+ year resume with their technology enablement to deliver a fresh approach to MLS solutions. Eric spent 32 years with GP Strategies, and before that, he served in the United States Navy as a US Navy nuclear-trained submariner.

Chris Keenan

Chris Keenan – Learning Architect, American College of Cardiology (ACC)
Chris is a Learning Architect at the American College of Cardiology supporting the design and development of educational activities both live and online. As a learning scientist, Chris uses brain-based learning methodology which influences her design thinking. Chris has created many hours of educational for the global cardiovascular healthcare professional. She has formal teaching experience at several Schools of Nursing including Johns Hopkins and Georgetown University. Chris has over 25 years of CVICU experience as both a nurse manager and educator.

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