Learning for Success in a Digital Age
In an ever-changing world, keeping skills and knowledge updated and relevant to one’s profession is more important than ever. Despite this, training courses can be quite expensive and thus present businesses and individuals with tough choices. Luckily, digital platforms have become more advanced and easier to use in the past years allowing for opportunities that could only be dreamed of a decade ago.
Drawing on her own experience at Open University, Eileen Arney will present the challenges and opportunities of designing and delivering online learning, and how Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) can be used to support learning in the workplace. Whether you’re in an organisation that needs to take advantage of online learning, or an individual who wants to build courses for others, this webinar is for you!
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About Eileen Arney
Eileen Arney is Director of Masters Programmes at The Open University Business School and previously led the development of its online MSc in HRM. She has held senior civil servant posts including Assistant Director of National Police Training and has designed and delivered leadership programmes for senior managers in the UK and overseas and worked as an executive coach. Her research interests lie in workplace learning and learning in virtual environments. She has published articles on learning and development and is co-author of Managing people: A practical guide for front-line managers.
Date: 09 March 2017
Time: 13.00 to 14.00
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