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Learning Personas
Date: Tuesday, January 20, 2024
 
Time:   6:30-8:00 p.m. Business Meeting/Program

 

Location

University of St. Thomas – St. Paul Campus

106 McNeely Hall

2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul 55105

See University of St. Thomas map at:

https://campusmap.stthomas.edu/location/-M2Kgf51vEjUGOvc234R,-M2KgeLb2k4HWvBqZV2b?id=

Program Overview
 

Program Overview Unleash the Power of Personas!! In this session, we’ll discuss tips, templates, and best practices you can start using immediately to create and apply personas in your learning strategy and design processes. We'll discuss research demonstrating how personas streamline and make your processes and outcomes more effective for learners. We'll explore examples illustrating how you can create different types of personas and apply them throughout strategy and design processes to provide powerful strategies and effective learning results. We'll practice creating a plan to gather learner information, and decide which characteristics (including roles, tasks, comfort/emotions, motivations, and environments) to use to develop personas so your strategy meets learner needs and business goals and your design supports your learners and achieves learning objectives. You'll leave with access to multiple resources to start creating and implementing personas in your own work.

About our Presenter

 

Jill Stanton has more than 25 years of learning and development experience and degrees in Education, Theatre, English and Psychology. Her career has included designing and managing award-winning learning teams and projects, including video, eLearning, curriculum design, IT system development, performance support, and learning strategy and design consulting. Jill is passionate about sharing about learning and has presented on multiple topics at conferences including learning personas and paths, design thinking, effective audio for eLearning, project management, video for learning, accessibility in eLearning, and research-based instructional design. She has served as Programs Chair and President of the PACT board.

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