At Trinity Health, our Talent Development (learning) team is using Jive for informal learning for many of our internal and external clients. Our clinical teams (especially our docs) are flocking to our Jive communities that we have built for learning. We are building learning communities where SMEs curate content to share with their teams (gmeUniversity), we have a Jive community that supports a monthly learning conference for clinical leaders across our system, and we just launched a set of externally accessible communities for our teams that work out in the community (not employed) for Integrated Care Coordination.
We also just starting piloting a community for our New Manager Curriculum. For the most part, we are using Jive discussions, blogs, interactive videos, and other tools to bring in to our Jive community to push the learning. We are still trying to find more effective ways to enable and track learning within Jive.
We have multiple groups as well that are "support" sites for our common products - MS Office for example.
We are exciting to start using for onboarding and in more formal ways - and we are hoping Jive will run a learning track this year at Jive World so we can all learn from each other.
Thoughts from the rest of our learning team???
Hi Amy, I can tell you that a learning session is on our radar at the very least. It's something that I need to set up here in the Jive Community (eLearning) so it's good to hear that you are using the core product to get the job done. I know a lot of external systems provide tracking and even tests and certification, but maybe it's best to start out with the learning materials first and build up from there.
I would love to hear more about your story, such as:
- How you curate materials (decide what is and what isn't official learning materials)
- Did you build a formal information architecture
- Do you provide certification or is it less formal than that?
- Do you dovetail the learning into live events like meetings or conferences?
The same request is open for anyone else who is on the eLearning track... I would love to hear from anyone!
I would love to have a more structured conversation about this - but you should definitely take a look at this thread: How would you like to see the intersection of learning and development with communities / intranets / ESNs represented at JiveWorld?
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