Session #5: The pandemic and new ways of working has accelerated the adoption and comfort with digital learning – and this together with the new digital and hybrid working rhythms presents learning practitioners with a new range of challenges when it comes to designing great learning experiences.
BSI has engaged in research and a series of thinktanks, defining the challenge of “digital overwhelm” and how to combat it, and the skills learning teams need, including the concept of “wayfinding” as a mindset to support L&D to conceive of new, digitally supported learning strategies that can ensure learning in the face of ambiguity and constant change.
Join Simon Dewar as he provides an update on current thinking, and case studies in learning design, as well as fresh thinking on the skills we need to set up our learners for success by harnessing digital technology.
- Define our current state and “digital overwhelm” causes, and solutions
- Examine the skills L&D need to adopt to become “wayfinders” to design effective digitally enabled strategies
- Review some case studies of what top organisations are doing in response to the above challenges
- Leave with some principles and tips to guide your own journey in planning for the future
Simon Dewar Managing Director, BSI Digital
Simon Dewar is Managing Director of BSI Digital Learning, an award winning digitally focused learning consultancy focused on blended, digital and eLearning for a wide range of private and public sector clients. His clients include Department of Education, Victoria Legal Aid, Vision Australia, KPMG, ANZ, NAB and PwC.
Simon has designed many organisation wide blended and digital strategies; more recently supporting organisations to risk manage and re-enforce their approach to learning in the wake of covid-19 and new ways of working. This includes benchmarking, and supporting organisations to do less bloated, more targeted digital learning to better manage the “”digital overwhelm”” of their teams.
With qualifications including Architecture, Writing, Film, TV and Multimedia, Simon has always enjoyed designing experiences that tell a story, and is interested in the interplay between what we see and what we hear and interact with to drive the learning process.
A spotlight on Session #5 of CLEAA’s upcoming annual conference being held Friday 14 Oct, 9am-4.00pm AEDT.
CLEAA’s annual conference provides a forum for learning specialists and teachers in the legal sector to explore ideas, exchange information, and showcase current thinking.
Who should attend? Legal Learning & Development Specialists, Legal Educators and Researchers, Professional Development program designers; Coaches, Trainers and Private course providers. You can find more information about the online conference here.
Registration for CLEAA members is AUD $129. | Standard Registration is AUD $249.
CLEAA Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the field of continuous legal education. Membership is $100 to 30 June 2023 and you can>> subscribe here