Jane Bozarth, current director of research for The Learning Guild, former trainer and training program manager, and author of many learning- and tech-related books, joins us on May 20. We’ll discuss newer technologies, which of them will likely matter most to us, and the impact they will have on our learners and the work we do. We’ll be looking at the ways newer technologies serve to augment, enhance (or, yes, replace) human capabilities, what this means for concerns like inclusion and accessibility, and the ways in which our work will need to evolve.
An experienced real-world practitioner and popular conference presenter, Dr. Jane Bozarth's specialties include capturing and sharing tacit knowledge, social and collaborative learning, and crafting low-cost learning solutions. Jane is the author of many books, including eLearning Solutions on a Shoestring, Social Media for Learning, Better than Bullet Points, and From Analysis to Evaluation. After many years working as a classroom trainer and then the eLearning Coordinator for North Carolina state government, Dr. Bozarth now serves as the Director of Research for the Learning Guild. She loves technology and is growing impatient for her flying car.