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Free Webinar: Harnessing the Power of Learning Analytics for Microlearning

Measure, Monitor, and Take Informed Decisions to Improve the Usage and Effectiveness of Microlearning

Not all training programs result in positive outcomes. Does this statement shock you? If you are into training and development, it mightn’t really be a shocker as we often see training programs rolled out with much fanfare and hopes turn into duds. While misalignment of learning objectives is the main reason, they are several issues that can reduce the effectiveness of training programs.

Do you measure your learners’ reception toward your training programs, their usage, and the results?   Do you have learning analytics in place? This webinar, the final in a 4-part series on microlearning, will help you plan for analytics with your microlearning assets. You will walk away with a clear idea of the metrics to monitor and measure for microlearning assets.

This webinar will offer insights on:

  • The state of learning metrics in business and the industry today
  • How learning metrics can provide value to L&D and your organization
  • Important fundamental metrics – what to measure and monitor
  • Planning for learning metrics in conjunction with your microlearning assets


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The Speaker


Howard B. Lewis, Ph.D., CPT

Chief Learning Architect

Dr. Lewis has been involved in education, instructional design, and performance technology for over 40 years, including corporate positions with Health Net, Xerox Corporation, Apple Computer, and RTC. Howard is the founder of and currently serving as President and Chief Learning Architect for Integrated Performance Solutions, Inc. (IPS). IPS specializes in instructional design, eLearning, microlearning, mobile learning, evaluation/assessment, and performance improvement solutions that drive business results.

Howard’s national and international experience has involved areas such as leadership, management, sales and marketing, engineering, safety, medical management, customer service, and performance management.

Dr. Lewis serves as an adjunct professor for Colorado State University teaching high-impact, on-demand performance solutions and research methodology, has earned his doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Technology and International Training from the University of Southern California, and is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT).