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Social Learning: Increase Learner Engagement and Knowledge Transfer

  • 08 Aug 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Goodwill Industries, North Charleston, SC
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  • ASTD Midlands welcomes first time National ASTD members to attend our chapter meeting. We offer a One Time Guest pass. In order to attend, please contact our Membership Director at membership@astdmidlands.org to receive a special registration code.
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Presented by:   Stacy Jemmott-Hunt, IT Consultant/Trainer

“Social Learning” has been a buzzword around the Learning and Development industry for several years.  It has been discussed as a  solution to increase learner engagement and knowledge transfer by utilizing different Social Media tools.  It is the direct correlation to Social Media that has kept some trainers from investing time in learning about this topic.  Social Media is  often described as a Sales and Marketing tool.  It was believed there were no practical uses in the training environment.

This session will explain the value of Social Learning to both trainer and learner.  It will provide examples of  practical applications with little time  or money invested.  Participants will learn:

  • The definition of Social Learning and its correlation to Social Media
  • Overcoming the obstacles of Social Learning
  • Practical applications of Social Learning

Speaker Bio:

An expert over 25-years experience as a technical trainer working with corporate and educational clients, Stacy Jemmott-Hunt is an IT consultant and trainer. Her areas of expertise are Social Media and Web Design/Graphics,Project Management, SharePoint, Social Media  courses. Stacy’s knack with virtual training earned her the status as SME.

With 10 years in secondary education, Stacy possesses a versatile mixture of business experience. She uses those experiences in the classroom to convey practical examples that transform theory to pragmatism. Leveraged with an assortment of learning style applications, Stacy’s rational approach yields success.

She is the recipient of Excellence in Technology Award 2012, from ASTD Midlands Chapter where she also serves as President-Elect. She is a wife and mother to 4 children and lives in Columbia, SC.


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