How Remote Learner and Learning Pool Approach Designing The Learner Experience | Special Episode of the eLearning Podcast

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I’m excited to have Dr. Paige Chen on the show with me again today. Paige is the CEO of Remote Learner, which is now a Learning Pool company, who’s foundation in persuasive design has help clients create engaging experiences around the globe.

In this dynamic conversation we talk about:

  • The Learning Pool approach to design and the learner experience.
  • Specific examples of how different needs play out into different solutions through case studies in the Cruise industry, the talent management industry and more.
  • What the merger between Remote Learner and Learning Pool means, how their respective offerings have been combined and what that means for clients.
  • And why, in Paige’s words, “you want to design sexy roller coasters, but need to remember that people buy season tickets to the whole amusement park”

And, a reminder that the eLearning Success Summit is starting in just a few day. Dr. Page will be on the main stage with me – along with 50 other speakers – talking about how we improve learner engagement. Go get a free ticket at the elearningSuccessSummit.com

eLearning Success Summit 2.021

Cracking the Code on Learner Engagement
70+ hours of thought leadership, cutting edge research, practical workshops and plenty of interaction
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