We recently asked DoceboInspire speaker Lucille Tambellini a number of questions about how her unique background has informed her L&D knowledge and her thoughts on the future of eLearning. Here’s what she had to say!
In addition to the excellent lineup of guest speakers joining us at DoceboInspire, including Robin Chase and Joshua Miller, we’re proud to present a great group of our own talent. The lineup is a cross section of the different areas that make Docebo great, and we’re confident they will provide deep insights on a variety of topics on the present state of Docebo, eLearning, and L&D in general. With that, here’s a rundown of the key Docebo speakers that will be speaking at DoceboInspire on September 18 and 19 in Boston.
It’s not easy to convince the C-suite to approve a budget in the best of times. And it’s not any easier in bad times. You need to be equipped to deliver the best possible justification for L&D investments if you are to create a winning eLearning program that is capable of getting employees onboarded, engaged, and ready to hit the ground running as soon as possible.
There are plenty of exciting reasons to attend DoceboInspire, Docebo’s conference for L&D professionals. Attendees will be able to network with likeminded L&D professionals and hear from industry leaders. Most importantly, they’ll have the unique opportunity to learn new perspectives on various L&D topics and how to overcome common eLearning challenges. Learn some of the exciting topics that will be covered at DoceboInspire!
So what do you know about an entrepreneur who’s able to turn a peer-to-peer, car-sharing startup into a half-a-billion-dollar selloff? Well, you can probably reckon that she’s good at understanding people, business, commerce, and, indeed, how people learn and improve.
DoceboInspire, one of the biggest events in L&D, is fast approaching and we’ve got a great group of speakers lined up to enthrall, engage, and entertain attendees. As we lead up to the event, we’re presenting a Q&A series with some of our speakers so they can share their thoughts on the world of L&D and what they hope to discuss during the big event.
DoceboInspire is taking place in the Seaport District, Boston’s most bustling neighborhood! Great restaurants and world-class museums await and the beautiful Boston Harborwalk is a stone’s throw away. Looking for some activities to enjoy during DoceboInspire? Look no further!
Unless you like the often tedious process of finding, acquiring, and onboarding great employees, chances are you want to retain top talent. When we build an amazing talent pool and entice top performers to stick around, we benefit from improved company culture, better financial outcomes, and lower employee turnover, which, as we know, can be very costly itself.
As with any new project or idea, you’ll have to convince your boss that it’s worth the investment and time away from work to attend DoceboInspire. We’ll happily give you helping hand with that – read on for some tips to convince your boss that DoceboInspire is a conference you need to attend.
ELearning allows the online delivery of training with real time tracking of training results, optimizing time and reducing costs associated with traditional learning methods.
WHAT IS AN LMS?
An LMS (learning management system or also E-Learning platform ) is a learning software designed to deliver, track and certify online courses and training.
SCORM, AICC & xAPI
SCORM and AICC are international standard for tracking E-Learning activities. xAPI (formerly Tin Can API) is the Learning Objects new standard. The Docebo Learning Management System supports both of these standards.