Amanda Ashby is a global learning and development lead at PwC, implementing next-gen learning technology to create and enable digital learning experiences. She's fascinated by the intersection of people and learning technology and how to maintain the human element in the design and development process.
She loves to geek out about the smart use of LMS, LXP's, xAPI and business data and to inform, measure and improve learning. She runs the Sydney Instructional Design and eLearning Meetup, was a 2018 finalist in the AITD Excellence Awards blended learning category and is the producer of the Learning Uncut podcast.
Workplace Learning Day 1 @ 09:45
Top Learning Trends Exposed: Transformative? Hype? Or just BS?
Forward thinking L&D professional are rightly embracing new trends as we try to shake up our profession and deliver greater value for our audience. But how do we know the difference between transformative ideas, distractions, and just BS?
This panel will introduce some popular - and a few less-known - emerging trends and provide the audience with an opportunity to vote on their perceived value before presenting a case for or against.
A highly interactive and entertaining session, this presentation will span microlearning, emerging technologies, new findings in cognitive psychology, marketing techniques and more.
Workplace Learning Day 2 @ 15:40
So, You Want to Start a Podcast?
In June 2018, we launched the Learning Uncut podcast to showcase the great L&D work going on in Australia and New Zealand. We wanted to find practitioners who were challenging the status quo, trying new things and achieving great results for their learners and organisations.
While we are all avid consumers of podcasts, none of us had been involved in creating one before and we have learned a lot in the last 12 months since deciding to go on this journey.
This presentation will highlight the 'how-tos' of setting up a podcast series from the different perspectives of the 3 team members along with our tips, tools and anecdotes.
last published: 15/May/19 01:25 GMT