A lot of the talks seemed to cover the same base that Karl Kapp opened LUC with. There was a lot of emphasis about putting the user front and center, keep them motivated and engaged, and don’t be afraid to challenge them.
I’m sure I’m not the only person who felt a sense of (relief? vindication?) that everything we’ve been building toward over the last year in our elearning department is all being reiterated by leading minds in the elearning community. It’s comforting and encouraging to know that we’re not only building good stuff in our little part of the world, but we’re moving along the same track as everyone else as far as what the essential trends are.
This summer, Trivantis is traveling to user communities across the United States to meet with learning professionals, and celebrate your successes, learn from your challenges, and anticipate your future needs.
We’re bringing together thought leaders, decision makers, partners, and end users in a unique opportunity to examine the opportunities and barriers ahead in the field of Training & Development, and to showcase how Trivantis is planning to meet them. Join us as we tackle topics like immersive learning, VR, big data, analytics, xAPI, and more—all in your backyard.
Learn more here: https://www.trivantis.com/roadshow