As work and learning continue to evolve, adapting to business and learner priorities is key to L&D success. Recent research by Josh Bersin and NIIT, found that agile learning organizations are 59% more likely to grow, 27% more cost-efficient, and deliver significantly higher engagement and retention.
Creating adaptive, flexible learning experiences offers great potential to support the needs of the modern learner and your business.
Join D2L instructional designers Lynsey Duncan and Devin Sherman as they discuss how your organization can:
- Gain insight into L&D revision cycles to make your learning agile
- Scale your solutions through microlearning and communities of practice
- Meet learners where they are through flexible learning approaches
- Leverage competency-based education to upskill and reskill learners in Brightspace
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Senior Instructional Designer
Lynsey Duncan is a senior instructional designer at D2L and a lifelong learning enthusiast. Having designed courses and programs for a wide variety of subjects and audiences, she has a passion for creating engaging and authentic course content and finding new tech tools that can enhance the learner experience. Prior to instructional design, Lynsey was an EAP teacher and a key player in transitioning her school's curriculum from face-to-face to blended and online delivery. She holds a B.A. in applied linguistics and is currently pursuing a master’s in educational technology.
Devin Sherman is an instructional designer at D2L who believes that all individuals benefit from lifelong learning practices, which inspire new ideas and growth opportunities in their personal and professional lives. Before entering Instructional design, he was a technology platform and corporate process trainer with extensive face-to-face, online, and blended learning classroom experience. Holding a B.A. in business and English and an instructional design certificate, he leverages his multifaceted skills to build engaging content and rich learning experiences for everyone.