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How to drive member engagement with education

March 31, 2021


About this event

In an increasingly competitive landscape, our No. 1 priority needs to be clearly showing value to our members.

Providing membership with on-demand access to innovative learning experiences can be that differentiator. Turn members into advocates by providing continuous, self-directed learning opportunities no matter where they are and what device they are using.

Join Holly Whitaker of Desire2Learn (D2L) as she outlines how to build a closer connection between members and associations, while supporting each member's individual career advancement.

In this one-hour webinar, attendees will learn strategies for:

  • Improving membership retention and promoting growth
  • Deepening engagement with members
  • Measuring the success of learning programs for ongoing success
  • Increasing monetization opportunities for existing learning offerings

CAE credit certificates for 1 hour will be available for attendees!

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Dr. Holly Whitaker

Learning Strategy Consultant at D2L

Holly Whitaker is a learning strategy consultant with Desire2Learn (D2L). Her work unleashes capacity between human systems and technology. Her expertise is unlocking the power of strategic transformation of technologies and teaching approaches. Throughout her career, Whitaker has led game-changing initiatives to integrate digital learning in contexts where remote education seemed impossible. She earned her doctorate in agricultural leadership, education, and communications from Texas A&M University and holds master’s degrees in education and theology.

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