Join the community experts at The Community Roundtable as they chat about online community management best practices with a wide range of global community professionals. Topics include increasing online audience engagement, finding and leveraging executive stakeholders, defining and calculating online community ROI, and more.
Episode #72 features Elizabeth Kohler, Social Learning & Collaboration Architect at Cleveland Clinic.
In this episode of the podcast, Elizabeth shares how to get learners comfortable with using an online learning platform, strategies for pulling engagement in a social learning community into the classroom, and the benefits of using a cloud-based platform for learning and social sharing.
Elizabeth shares best practices including defining your learning cultures, starting with a definition of success, and getting executive buy-in and support.
Elizabeth has an extensive background in the design and development of online collaboration communities, adult learning programs (eLearning, classroom and blended courses), and video/graphic production. A majority of her career experience has been in the healthcare industry, and she is skilled in picking up new information quickly, whatever the topic. She finds motivation in challenges, change, and diversity. She is continually recognized for her creativity, problem-solving, and positive attitude. She is an outgoing, optimistic person with a passion for lifelong learning, adventure, and personal development.
About Conversations with Community Managers*
To better reflect the diverse conversations our podcast covers we’ve changed the name of our long-running series to Community Conversations.
Community Conversations highlights short conversations with some of the smartest minds in the online community and social business space, exploring what they’re working on, why they do what they do, and what advice they have for you.
These episodes are a great way to begin to understand the nuances of community strategy and management.
Each episode is short (usually less than 30 minutes) and focuses on one community management professional.