Bryan Eldridge, Senior Business Consultant with the global learning company, eXact learning solutions, is speaking at EDULEARN16, in Spain, in July.
Looking critically into the future of e-learning, the titles of Bryan’s two sessions are: ‘E-learning 2.0: is your organization ready to transition from e-Reading to e-Everything?’ and ‘lessons learned for creating an organizational digital badging strategy’.
Bryan advocates that organizations develop a Model of Instruction (MOI) – the conceptual representation, via templates and activities, of an instructional strategy intended to effectively support a given learning outcome or competency within a specific context across both formal and formal contexts.
“An MOI approach provides a systematic strategy to ensure that the organizations’ overarching learning and training goals are integrated regardless of the components,” said Bryan. “It helps the organization to move from an ‘e-Reading’ to an ‘e-Everything’ model – and provides a framework for incorporating and supporting both formal and informal activities.”
Bryan’s second presentation focuses on the importance of badges within e-learning paths and processes.
EDULEARN, the eighth annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, is being held in Barcelona, Spain, from 4th to 6th July. Those unable to be present at EDULEARN to hear Bryan’s radical and forward-looking views on the future of online learning, can obtain a precis of his views by contacting eXact learning solutions.
EDULEARN is one of the largest international education conferences for lecturers, researchers, technologists and professionals from the educational sector. After eight years, it has become a reference event where more than 700 experts from 80 countries gather to present their projects and share their knowledge on teaching and learning methodologies, as well as educational innovations.