Ben Betts is chief product officer for Learning Pool, a global leader in learning technology. His role at Learning Pool is to define and develop the next generation of workplace digital learning platforms, with a focus on learning experience platforms and the learning analytics space.
Prior to Learning Pool, Ben helped to build HT2 Labs from humble beginnings into a globally recognized innovator in workplace digital learning. Ben's expertise is based in research; he completed his PhD researching the impact of gamification on adult social learning. Ben has authored and contributed chapters for many books, has two peer-reviewed academic papers, and has presented at conferences around the world, including TEDx.
Tuesday Nov. 17
Learning Analytics: Inception to Maturity
Learning analytics has been around for many years, yet few companies are fully realizing their incredible power in guiding learners, shaping learning, and proving the ROI of its learning investment.
Dr. Ben Betts, CPO of Learning Pool, will deliver the results from Learning Pool's latest research; the Learning Analytics Maturity Model. Initial results showcase how organizations rank themselves in their use of data for learning across five key stages of learning maturity; from simply 'describing' what's happening to your learning all the way through to predicting and prescribing the next learning action.
Ben will give participants a whistle-stop tour of the Learning Analytics Canvas, a new tool that any L&D professional can use to help bring their practices up to the next level of maturity.
In this session, you will learn:
- The Learning Analytics Maturity Model and our diagnostic tool
- Key benchmarking information from the first 100 companies to take the diagnostic
- Five key takeaways we've seen from the early results
- How the Learning Analytics Canvas can help you scope and design your next learning experience with data in mind
Technologies/platforms/devices that will be discussed:
Learning Analytics Maturity Model
Designers, managers, senior leaders