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Instructional Technology Management
Lunchtime Learning Sessions

The Use of MOOCs in Corporate Training
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
12 noon – 1pm

Presented by: Nicole Bunselmeyer, Senior Learning Consultant, Intrepid Learning

When organizations tackle the challenge of global training at scale, it can be daunting.  By the time enterprise learners are able to perform their jobs better or understand your value proposition effectively, you have to start the training all over again to combat quickly changing environments.  What if you were able to meet learners exactly where the learner is and in a manner that resonates with them?   What would it be like if you could combine rich learning features (activity-based missions, tailored learning paths, collaboration, badges), peer-to-peer interactions and expert moderators? You would have a dynamic learning platform that offers your organization the ability to effectively engage learners and address skill gaps while solving real business problems.

If you’re grappling with how to provide structured yet dynamic and collaborative training at scale, I’d like to welcome you to the age of the corporate MOOC.  In this session, I’ll help answer these frequently asked questions:

  • What exactly is a corporate MOOC?
  • How are companies using MOOCs today?
  • What makes a corporate MOOC a corporate MOOC?
  • How is a corporate MOOC different than the learning and collaboration platforms companies are using today?

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About Nicole Bunselmeyer:

Nicole Bunselmeyer Nicole Bunselmeyer is currently acting as a subject matter expert as part of the corporate MOOC practice at Intrepid Learning.  She has been involved with corporate training for more than 17 years and holds a M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction with an Education Technology focus from the University of Washington. She has served as CEO and instructional designer for MediaDesigns, Inc., a company specializing in learning programs working with clients nationwide, and currently teaches courses on E-learning design and development for the University of Washington.

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