My talk on machine learning applications in the corporate learning world. Given at the Instructional design and e-learning meetup group on May 17, 2018 in Vancouver.
“E-learning dehumanize people” ” – the emphasis on technology in online education is making human more machine like, instead of leveraging technology for a better learning experience. E-learning was once the poster child of the future of education and has become a large industry ($107 billion by the end of 2015). Universities are cramping more e-components in their course catalogs and 74% of companies state that they currently use some form of learning management systems (LMS) and related educational technologies. However, the sense of isolation, the lack of motivation, and the mind-numbingly boring, one-size-fits-all design all contributed to the dehumanizing experience of e-learning. As a result, the online learning attrition rate is higher than ever with some for-profit college reaching the 90 percentile. In this presentation, we will explore the perils of poorly design e-learning, how it contributes to the decline in formal education attendance, and demotivates learners.
Dr. Stella Lee has over 18 years of progressive experience globally in consulting large-scale learning and talent development initiatives in both public and private sectors. She is the director of Paradox Learning - a consulting firm that provides innovative learning solutions and strategies across cultures, platforms, and domains. Her client lists include the United Nations, Government of Alberta, TransLink, Alberta Safety Codes Council, Open University UK, Epic Learning, University of Hertfordshire, and Fortis Alberta. Stella currently serves as a Startup Canada Advisor, and she is passionate to connect theortical methods and models to real world applications.
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