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Twitter for the Learning Professional

  • July 21, 2011
  • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Webinar

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  • Twitter for the Learning Professional - Terrence Wing

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Learning professionals are designing and conducting training and learning interventions without considering the impact of the backchannel on learning success. Whether designing e-learning, mobile learning, or conventional classroom learning, the backchannel is a force to be harnessed, not suppressed. Do you inappropriately react to the use of Twitter as a learning catalyst in your training? Attend this session to learn ways of designing, delivering, and evaluating learning with the backchannel in mind. Discover how to incorporate Twitter into your learning plans as a tool to enhance learning outcomes as you engage in a real-time experience of a harnessed backchannel. Actively engage with exercises using the Twitter platform and learn about such common dashboards as Tweetdeck, Twitter search, Tweetchat, and others.


Terrence Wing’s experience has spanned multiple industries and disciplines to include, the US Military, Retail, Distribution, Sales and Executive Management. Terrence founded the startup company Liquid Learn in 2005 (formerly Workforce Performance Partners). He re-engineered his organization to posture itself for a durable future as a vendor of modern learning resources. As the Chief Learning Evangelist, he has spearheaded his organization’s use of Blended Learning, including Social Media, eLearning, mobile-learning and the corporate classroom, to develop learning products to enhance their customer’s Leadership ability. He also graduated Penn State with a MA in Corporate Training and Development. Terrence has presented internationally and to domestic groups of over 1000 people and more intimate groups as small as 10. These presentations were for Fortune 100 companies (Sanofi Aventis), Private corporations (Desert Valley Medical) , Government (California State Troopers) and Professional Organizations (ASTD, eLearning Guild, and ISPI). Topics included Leadership skills, Organization Development and technical topics like incorporating social media into training content, or using the digital backchannel to enhance the learning experience.

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