Transforming the Learning Paradigm at the Broad Institute Using a Social Learning Environment
Michelle Wartak, Head of Learning Programs at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, shares how one of the world’s leading research organizations transformed their learning program.
Three years ago, Broad’s Learning and Development team came to the Learning Technologies conference with the challenge to find a learning technology solution that would provide a personalized learning experience for their employees and they found CDSM’s Thinqi platform.
The Broad MyLearning environment allows learners to find the right learning solution (in-person training, video content, group learning) exactly when they need it. Implementing microlearning, self-directed learning, learner-created content, and social learning to power engagement, Broad has expanded their educational offerings and provided multi-modalities of learning content.
Broad has transformed their learning culture by providing learning solutions to their researchers and administrative staff to support them in developing the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to thrive in their work and their career.
- Insight into how the Broad Institute changed their learning culture and have expanded their learning programs
- Describe how Broad has increased learner engagement to accelerate the generation of content
- Explain how using a social learning technology has provided on-demand content to learners and created a personalized learning experience
- Describe how Broad uses learning data to show impact and outcomes