Shari Furniss, Director of Learning & Development at HQC
Date and time:
May 29, 2020, 9:30-10:30
Have you ever left a learning session feeling overwhelmed? Or had feedback from participants that they were totally overloaded by the end of the day? Sometimes the best things come in smaller packages. Learning campaigns are a way to break down big ideas into bite-sized pieces. A learning campaign consists of lessons, resources and activities, delivered in small (“micro-learning”) chunks over a defined period of time.
In this session we’ll explore:
- What a learning campaign is. What makes it different from more traditional approaches? What are the benefits and limitations?
- How to create your own awesome & energizing learning campaign. How do you plan a campaign? What are the key elements?
- How to leverage the power of a remote environment through the learning campaign approach.
- Where to learn more. We’re just getting started! Examples, tools and resources to inspire.
Interested in working through your own topic idea as a case study during the session? Let us know!
Shari Furniss has a Master of Education, with a focus on instructional design. In her role as Director, Shari works with provincial health system partners to create innovative and effective learning programs. She began experimenting with learning campaigns and micro-learning as part of her overall fascination with miniature things.