Better Instructional Strategies
February 16, 2021
6:30-8:00 p.m. CST
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The sixth language makes it possible for human mentors to share their expertise with a digital mentor. The digital mentor can then communicate with people to not only accelerate the creation of innovative products and services, but also enhance their adaptation and use. This intelligent technology has the potential to help us all learn, disseminate our knowledge, and accelerate our ability to tackle difficult problems.
This program will focus on:
• What the sixth language makes possible
• How the sixth language can be used
• How digital mentors might enhance our learning, productivity, and capabilities
• What the implications of this intelligent technology might be for performance improvement professionals
About our Presenter
Mark Salisbury, Professor, teaches Computer Science and Organizational Development and Change at the University of St. Thomas, conducts research and directs Doctoral Dissertations in Organizational Development and Change. In addition to his academic career, Dr. Salisbury served six years as CEO of Vitel, Inc., a knowledge management solution provider for the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and the national laboratories. He also worked for eleven years at The Boeing Company where his time was split between the research and development of intelligent human/computer software and computer-based training programs.