SMM205 - Powering the Modern Learning Experience: Next Generation Tools Come of Age
The learning experience platform (LXP) and the learning record store (LRS) have been touted by many analysts as two of the key technologies that will dominate the learning tech stack for years to come. Now they have cleared the first stages of development and are gaining widespread adoption.
This session will bring together original research into the current state of the LXP/LRS market with other strands of research and opinion to provide, for the first time, a comprehensive view of these exciting developments and how they are shaping the future of learning.
In this session you’ll learn how the changing needs of organizations are reshaping demand for learning technology. Macro changes in working patterns, employee expectations, and technological possibilities have come together to make the classic model of eLearning and the LMS creak under the pressure of so much rapid social and technological change.
The learning experience platform and the learning record store have emerged as a new and distinct style of learning ecosystem. This session will help you to establish why these two systems are now identifiably different entities and why taking a more learner and data-centric approach is most appropriate for the modern learner.
We’ll touch on how new technology can aid better discovery of content, reduced friction in content access, support for self-direction, and a more personalized, social learning environment. You will also learn about a wider benchmark of the industry, providing facts and figures for US adoption of these new technologies based on original primary research.
In this session, you will learn:
- How LXP/LRS are distinguished from other learning systems
- The key differences between LXP/LRS and the LMS model
- How these new technologies come together (and how they fit with your LMS)
- The needs that an LXP/LRS serve
- The results of an industry survey of 600 professionals on the adoption of LXP/LRS
Managers, senior leaders