What’s Wrong with the Learner Experience

By David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group

Join Carl Crisostomo, Product Manager for Content at Saba Software and David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group for a free webinar on July 18th

Just about any human interaction with technology is, to some degree, tailored and personalized: Home assistants know our voices and preferences; thermostats make adjustments based on our patterns of leaving, returning home and sleeping; and streaming video services are configured according to who is currently watching. This type of experience is ubiquitous, except perhaps at work, and more specifically, for learning at work.

There have been recent strides toward making things better, but most companies attack the problem as though it is solely a technology issue. And while ultimately it is technology that delivers these experiences, the learner experience is much more than that.

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