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21st Century eLearning - Driving Productivity and Performance

  • Tuesday, March 14, 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Nova Southeastern University, H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business - Third Floor Executive Conference Room, 3301 College Avenue, Davie, Florida 33314


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21st Century eLearning

Why all your existing e-learning will fail!

E-learning is broken, yet many people don't realize it and those that do won't acknowledge it.  After 12 years as a CLO at a Fortune 50 company, Nick Howe wants to do something about it.  

Adaptive Learning combines computer science, big data and machine learning techniques, with state­-of-­the-­art pedagogy.  This has enabled the creation of new, simple-to-use e­-learning systems that adapt to the needs of each and every learner. Adaptive learning creates -­ at scale and at low cost - ­the experience of a personal tutor, guaranteeing proficiency while dramatically reducing time spent learning and returning thousands of hours of productive time back to the business.

Adaptive learning has been incredibly successful in K-12 and higher education, and is now coming to corporate education.

In this session, we will discuss . . .

  • why brain science is sounding the death knell for traditional learning, 
  • why things like gamification aren't necessary, and
  • how you can use adaptive learning to dramatically improve the impact of your training programs.

Presenter: Nick Howe, Chief Learning Officer, Area9 Learning

Nick Howe is learning scientist who also serves as a strategic advisor to IST/METIL (Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab http://www.metil.org/) . Currently he is the Chief Learning Officer at the Denmark-based Area 9 Learning. His focus is on helping global corporations bring employee, channel and customer learning into the 21st century. He drives productivity and performance through learning science, computer science and neuroscience. He is "fighting the good fight against outdated, misused, misleading and just plain wrong approaches to teaching and learning."


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