Location: Salon 12
Jodie Bartz – Business Analyst, Mayo Clinic
Ofer Luft – Senior Director, Platform Solutions, Kaltura
Traditional teaching and learning has got to go. Today’s employees don’t have time or patience for yesterday’s classes, workshops, and all-day training sessions. What they really want is a way to get the specific information they need, right when they need it. They want it to be easy to find, easy to consume, and easy to use right away. That’s why forward-thinking companies are turning to micro-learning—it’s cheaper, more efficient, and ultimately more effective.
The Mayo Clinic needs to keep thousands of employees and patients across multiple facilities up-to-date on the latest research, treatment plans, and advice in a field that can change daily. Whether it’s a doctor looking to brush up on the details of a procedure or a patient who needs to understand their follow-up plan, the Mayo Clinic’s audience has one thing in common. They don’t have time to sift through hours of materials to find the info they need, and they can’t wait for some workshop a week or a month later. They need exactly the right information, right now. See how the Mayo Clinic has perfected micro-learning. Why does it work so well? What are tips for creating and managing so many pieces of content? Get real examples of how micro-learning is being used today and learn how you can make micro learning work for your employees.