O’Reilly Chief Learning Experience Officer to Present on Data-Driven Decision Making at Learning Technologies 2019

Session will explore how enterprise organisations can implement learning metrics to measure success

O’Reilly Chief Learning Experience Officer Karen Hebert-Maccaro will present a seminar titled “Learning behaviour metrics you should (but probably aren’t) measuring today” at Learning Technologies, Europe's leading conference dedicated to organisational learning and the technology that supports it.

Taking place on 14th February, 2019 at 14:00, the presentation will explore the power of understanding learners’ behaviours when designing learning and development (L&D) programs that must meet both individual and organisational needs. Attendees will learn why behaviour metrics are important and how to use resulting patterns to build a stronger enterprise learning strategy. 

Who:                Karen Hebert-Maccaro, PhD, chief learning experience officer, O’Reilly

What:               “Learning behaviour metrics you should (but probably aren’t) measuring today”

When:              Thursday, 14th February at 14:00 GMT | Theatre 7

Where:             ExCel London

Royal Victoria Dock

1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL

In her presentation, Hebert-Maccaro will provide data gathered from O’Reilly’s user base to provide in-depth insights into users’ specific learning patterns beyond the content they consume. With this data, she will identify how to determine when users are seeking quick solutions and when they’re learning in an immersive, structured way.

In conjunction with the show, O’Reilly will issue a new report, “Deciphering Learning Behavior Patterns,” which explores how to use metrics to gain strategic and actionable insight into learners’ behaviours.

 In its twentieth year, Learning Technologies (incorporating Learning and Skills) is Europe's leading conference dedicated to organisational learning and the technology that supports learning at work. With more than 30 conference sessions and 70 leading speakers and facilitators, Learning Technologies provides L&D professionals with new insights into the ways people learn.

For almost 40 years, O’Reilly has provided technology and business training, knowledge, and insight to help companies succeed. Our unique network of experts and innovators share their knowledge and expertise at O’Reilly conferences and through the company’s SaaS-based training and learning platform, O’Reilly Online Learning. O’Reilly delivers highly topical and comprehensive technology and business learning solutions to millions of users across enterprise, consumer, and university channels. 

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