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Knowledge Mining For The "Now" Age

Knowledge Mining For The "Now" Age

TrainingPros is excited to present our June webinar – “Knowledge Mining for the "Now" Information Age.” Join speaker Steve Albanese, Founder and CEO at LearnBolt, to learn about SME Knowledge Mining and LearnBolt. Registration is now open. We hope you can join us!

  • Topic: Knowledge Mining for the "Now" Information Age
  • Date: Thursday, June 22, 2017
  • Time: 1:00pm EST (60 minute session)
  • Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early
  • Speaker: Steve Albanese, Founder and CEO at LearnBolt
  • Register: Knowledge Mining for the "Now" Information Age

About the Session:

Knowledge is key, and in today’s fast paced world, this is truer than ever. As businesses evolve best practices become better practices and in many cases the knowledge that keeps a business advancing and flowing smoothly gets stored in the heads of the organizations Subject Matter Experts (SME). Having a good Knowledge Mining procedure is a core component to your businesses growth and longevity. With longtime employees retiring and new employees staying at jobs for shorter time frames, the latest best practices, how to’s, and tips and techniques need to be constantly updated and documented so that you can have comfort knowing that knowledge transfer can be fluid and smooth to keep your business rolling.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about how some businesses are turning to a new breed of training product called LearnBolt to meet their knowledge mining and in the moment training needs. LearnBolt is a Training Development and Delivery System (TDDS) that make it quick and easy to collect and curate content, organize it, and then immediately push it to the learners all through mobile devices. There will be a live demonstration of the application and discussion on how to make your content capture, training development and delivery a more dynamic and fluid process to meet the needs of todays evolving learners.

Key Topics discussed:

  • SME Knowledge Mining – The interview
  • Mobile device production techniques
  • Mobile device support hardware
  • Cloud-based Content Management Systems
  • Bite-sized training chunks
  • Mobile push learning

About the Speakers:

Steve is Founder and CEO of LearnBolt. With over 20 years of building EdTech products and service-based businesses, Steve brings valuable experience in training/learning methodologies, production processes, and a deep knowledge of the latest technology and transition trends.

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  • Guest
    Susan Gregory Tuesday, 27 June 2017

    Recording of this session

    I am looking for a recording of this session. I attended, however lost my connection in the middle of the presentation.

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  • Elizabeth Paturi
    Elizabeth Paturi Wednesday, 28 June 2017

    RE:Recording of this session

    Susan,

    Thank you for registering to attend our recent webinar. Sorry to hear that you were unable to attend the entire session due to technical issues. The recording will be available on our website soon. We will also email the recording to all attendees in the next couple of weeks. Thanks!

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