July Chapter Meeting
Similar to Nano Technology, Nano-Learning is the concept of designing, developing and implementing learning solutions in bit sizes. Learning professionals can apply the concept of Nano, and make learning materials small enough to accommodate the fast paced and heavy workload facing every employee in an organization. While a formula or a number to measure the size of a learning bit is not precise, the effort can be adapted based on the topic, the audience and the work environment.
Dr. Hardy MacKenzie PH.D.
Dr. Hardy MacKenzie is a learning leader in the Retail segment at Humana Inc., Hardy has over 20 years in the field of education having facilitated in grades K-12 as well as graduate school, his focus is in adult education and e-Learning design. As of late he is dedicating more time to research and practice in the areas of Nano-learning and adult learning satisfaction and effectiveness in the workplace.
Networking begins at 4:30 and the presentation is from 5:00- 6:00.
500 W. Main Street
25th floor Auditorium
Please register on our website in advance to expedite security check-in.
Garage parking and surface lots as well as meters are often available near the building: 6th & Main Garage, Riverfront Garage, and Muhammad Ali Center Garage. Must pay to park.
Non Profit Organization:
Thousands of Kentucky’s children are in crisis, removed from their homes because they have been abused or neglected. For many, Maryhurst is the only answer. Recognized as one of the few agencies in the country capable of caring for teenage girls who are among the most traumatized victims, Maryhurst helps those who have nowhere else to turn for healing and hope.
Liz Bayer, their Director of Community Involvement will be at the meeting to represent Maryhurst.