How do you use analytics in learning programs?

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Amy Loomis (Co-Founder & Program Director, IBM’s Think Academy & Digital Learning)

Amy Loomis addresses the issue of big data and the use of analytics in learning approaches. She talks about the difficulty of choosing the right analytic software that will provide needed insights to provide the most productive learning environment. She talks about the kinds of information that analytics can provide on both individual and organizational learning decisions including the best physical interface to use, the right language and tone. Despite all the technological advances in software and hardware and analytic tools, Loomis describes why it is still hard to have demonstrable proof that specific learning programs have been successful.


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Amy Loomis

Co-Founder & Program Director, IBM's Think Academy & Digital Learning

Amy Loomis is the Co-Founder & Program Director of IBM's Think Academy & Digital Learning. She is a digital learning innovation leader specializing in marketing and communications, executive thought leadership and influencer engagement. Amy has deep experience creating and delivering programs that engage employees in achieving strategic business priorities.

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Vaishali Jain

Vaishali Jain

Sarder TV Journalist, and Former Bloomberg TV Journalist

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