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Conquering the Online Mountain

Now, more than ever, members look to associations to help them thrive in their professional lives.

That’s why associations everywhere are doubling down on online learning. Because you can attract, engage and retain members with learning that helps them grow in their careers.

But let’s face it—creating and delivering effective, easy-to-use learning experiences can seem daunting as a mountain.

Meet your guide to conquering the mountain, D2L’s Ruthlyn Graham. Watch the session now on how you can become a membership magnet, redefine engagement and boost retention with online learning.

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Get the inside scoop on:

How online learning can drive membership growth, redefine engagement and boost retention

How you can create content that easily scales to reach a larger audience

How your learning program can drive steady, non-dues revenue streams


Ruthlyn Graham Learning Experience Consultant, D2L


Ruthlyn is a certified teacher passionate about education, life-long learning, and enabling all learners to succeed. In 2016, she completed her Master’s of Education, where her research focused on integrating advanced technology into education. Fast forward to today, she sees her research come to life as she works with D2L customers to transform their content into dynamic, engaging, and meaningful online learning experiences. 

 Ruthlyn has years of experience inspiring learners in the classroom and through the creation of online learning. She joined D2L as an Instructional Designer, where she had the opportunity to work on corporate, association, and K-12 projects. She has experience with courseware development, quality assurance, and accessibility testing.  

Today, Ruthlyn represents D2L’s Learning Services as a Learning Experience Consultant. She loves meeting with new and existing clients to discuss how they are transforming learning within their organizations. Her professional and academic experience, creativity, and motivation make her a solid asset to D2L’s Learning Services team. 


  • Master of Education, Nipissing University, 2016 
  • Bachelor of Education, Nipissing University, 2013 
  • Bachelor of Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2013