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Social Media and Social Learning for Learning Professionals

  • Tuesday, July 08, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • AutoNation Corporate Headquarters; 200 SW 1st Ave., Fort Lauderdale
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Social Media and Social Learning for Learning Professionals
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Join us for an exploration of the current state of social media and social learning. We will define the two terms separately, and then examine the unique time period we are in right now, and how technology now serves as an enabler of social learning instead of a barrier.


We will also examine the primary types of social media tools, sharing examples of how they can be used to support learning, and how they can be adapted for the individual cultures of each organization.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the differences between social media and social learning, separating the facts from the hype
  2. Describe the unique opportunity presented by the time we are living in, and the convergence of social media and social learning
  3. Learn about different types of social media tools and how they can be used to support formal and informal learning
  4. Explore and appreciate the changing environment in most organizations, and how L&D must adapt to it



Presenter Profile David Kelly, CPLP, CRP


David Kelly, CPLP, CRP, is the Program Director for The eLearning Guild. He has been an internal learning and performance consultant and training director for over fifteen years. David is active in the learning community and often speaks at industry conferences including The eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon, DevLearn, Learning Solutions, Ecosystem, and Performance Support events,  ASTD’s International Conference, Techknowledge, and local chapter events, and more.


His blog davidkelly.me, is on of the top-ranked blogs at elearningfeeds and the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness . He is known for his curation efforts, especially related to conferences and events for learning and performance professionals. David holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management from the New England College of Business & Finance.


Many thanks to AutoNation for being our event host and sponsor! 


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Parking Directions:

Complimentary parking is available in the garage located below the headquarters.  Please bring your ticket to the event for validation. 


Additional parking details will be provided soon and in the reminder email.


The T&D Competency Model 
This presentation focuses on the Learning Technologies Area of Expertise within the T&D Competency Model.  Click the model below to learn more.

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