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MemberWise & D2L: How to Make your Association’s Transition to Online Learning a Success

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  • Date

    May 6, 2020

    2:00 pm–3:00 pm
  • Duration

    1 Hour

  • Location
    Virtual On-Demand

Transitioning your association to online learning can be daunting in the best of times. During a public health emergency, it can seem more challenging than ever. Yet it’s more important than ever to enable members to stay engaged and help keep your business on track—during and after the crisis has ended.

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the way in which we all work. With a large portion of the workforce switching to remote working, norms and expectations are being challenged and changed. It’s important for associations to keep up with these changes in order to provide a service that is relevant to its members.

Continued learning and development is an essential part of any association, so providing a smooth transition is necessary to keep members engaged and satisfied. With 72% of membership bodies taking a blended approach to member benefits, it is becoming essential to provide an online experience.

Many associations are successful with the methods they use to deliver face-to-face learning and development. It’s important to adapt these instead of starting entirely from scratch. With effective use of Learning Management Systems, you can successfully transition to these online learning methods.

This webinar provides a break down of the key elements needed to successfully transition your association online and maintain the quality of learning experiences your members expect.

Watch this roundtable discussion with subject matter experts and learn:

  • How to identify the key stakeholders and why they need to be involved
  • Strategies for streamlining and securing member adoption
  • Ways to make learning engaging for members
  • Tips and advice to help you get the most out of your online learning platform

By incorporating these elements into the transition of your association’s learning, you can satisfy the expectations of your pre-existing members and with the larger scope of online platforms hopefully, gain new ones.