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5 Tangible Tips to Customize Your eLearning Journey

Charlie Gillette (CEO and Founder, Knowledge Anywhere) and Kathryn Stewart (CEO, Knowbly)
Webinar Summary

March 25th, 2020 - 11am Pacific time

eLearning is not one-size-fits-all. In this session, we’ll provide tips for customizing the eLearning journey so that it’s relevant to a learner’s industry, job, and learning preferences. We’ll introduce solutions for a variety of learner profiles including:

  1. A sales rep who needs mobile microlearning available at point-of-need
  2. A diverse HR team that requires comprehensive onboarding courses with assessments, and incentives like badges and certificates.
  3. A safety officer needing industry-specific compliance training with practice applications, role-playing, and engaging visuals

In addition to the tips provided, get started personalizing your online training with a free resource guide from Knowledge Anywhere and Knowbly.

Trust the experts to put you on the right learning path today – with a combined 32 years in the eLearning business and a reach of over 13 million learners worldwide, we’ve got you covered with our customizable Learning Management Systems (LMS), course authoring, and more! 

About the Presenter

Charlie Gillette: Under his leadership as President and CEO, since 1998 Knowledge Anywhere has emerged as a leading eLearning provider in the online-education industry, through the development and implementation of knowledge management infrastructures for leading global corporations. Charlie has consulted for both large companies and start-ups and continues to speak publicly on the eLearning and technology industries.

Kathryn Stewart: Kathryn’s vision to democratize lifelong learning serves as the energy behind Knowbly. Transforming an idea into reality over the past few years with her team, Knowbly has opened the doors for more content creators to create engaging learning than ever before. Formerly with Cengage, Thomson-Reuters, and Harcourt, Kathryn can be found routinely expounding on the content revolution at tech meetups all over the Bay Area.

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