Digital Learning Strategy: A Human and Machine Double Helix

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event

A personalized digital learning strategy unites the two worlds of the physical and digital that we all operate in today. Your digital learning strategy unifies human and machine capabilities in an evolving double helix that acts as a catalyst and accelerant to digital transformation.

By harnessing the same technologies that are delivering disruption—including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), and robotics— we can build and embed teaching and learning approaches that convert our challenges into opportunities for sustainable organizational growth.

MIT Senior Lecturer Paul McDonagh-Smith will lead this 60-minute live conversation on LinkedIn. In his work, Paul studies the intersection between technology and learning to invent and embed next generation platforms and experiences that fit how organizations and employees work in today’s and tomorrow’s digital society.

Join us during this live event as we cover:
• Why a personalized digital learning strategy is critical today
• What steps you can take today to begin building your digital learning double helix
• How your digital learning strategy provides you with competitive advantage

During the event, you'll be able to engage with our hosts by:
• Asking questions in real time
• Reflecting on faculty questions

Ready for more? Join us for the upcoming MIT Sloan Executive Education program, Digital Learning Strategy: executive.mit.edu/dls

Event Type

Conferences/Seminars/Lectures, Community Event, Career Development

Events By Interest

Career Development, Entrepreneurship

Events By Audience

Public, MIT Community, Staff

Events By School

Sloan School of Management (Sloan)

Website

https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/...

Cost

FREE

Department
MIT Sloan Executive Education
Hashtag

#digitallearning

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