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Learning Trends SIG - November Meeting

  • 06 Nov 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • IQVIA (FormerlyQuintiles Plaza): Room 102, 4820 Emperor Boulevard Durham, NC 27703


  • Attend via Zoom

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Implementing a New Learning Environment: How To and Lessons Learned

NOTE: Due to scheduling changes this meeting is on the 1st Tuesday vs 2nd Tuesday

Rogers Communications’ L&D team knew they needed to change their process for building and managing their listening content and show senior leadership that the investment they chose would be worthwhile. With a large and diverse learning audience, they are constantly challenged with keeping content and programs up to date.

Liz Matthews, Director, Learning Design & Development at Rogers Communications will discuss:

The drivers and challenges that led to seek more efficient methods of producing and distributing content.

The process used to choose a learning content management platform.

How their learning environment has changed for them and their learners

Recommendations to other organizations managing the same challenges and advise on what they learned through their journey.

This will be an engaging session detailing Rogers Communications journey to optimizing efficiency, effectiveness and a desire to bring all course development in-house.

Rogers Communications is Canada’s largest provider of wireless communications services and a leading provider of cable television, high-speed Internet, information technology, and telephony services to consumers and businesses.

About Liz

Liz Matthews has decades of experience in learning and development. Prior to Rogers Communications Liz worked at York University, Nortel Network and Bell Canada. A resident of Toronto Liz is a high-energy communication specialist, relationship builder and critical thinker who excels in fast-paced, collaborative and creative cultures.

Attending Remotely

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