Podcast 205 — Higher Ed vs Corporate Learning

This week on The Good Practice Podcast we're joined by instructional designer Cara North, who shares her experiences of working in both corporate and Higher Education environments.

Written by Ross Garner
Published 28 July 2020
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Podcast 205 — Higher Ed vs Corporate Learning
What are the similarities? What are the differences? And what can these two domains learn from each other?
 

We discuss:

  • the impact of working with subject matter experts who are educators
  • designing for students vs designing for colleagues
  • the learner as consumer.
Cara North

Cara North

Instructional Designer

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Ross Garner

Ross Garner

Head of Learning Experience, Emerald Works

Ross has been working in L&D for seven years and he heads up the instructional design team at Emerald Works. In 2019 he completed a Masters in Digital Education and was named Learning Technologies’ Learning Designer of the Year. He is also one of the hosts of the GoodPractice Podcast.
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James McLuckie

James McLuckie

Learning and Performance Solutions Director, Emerald Works

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About the author

Ross Garner

Ross Garner

Head of Learning Experience
Ross has been working in L&D for seven years and he heads up the instructional design team at Emerald Works. In 2019 he completed a Masters in Digital Education and was named Learning Technologies’ Learning Designer of the Year. He is also one of the hosts of the Good Practice Podcast.

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