Today, with easy web search tools and streaming content, access to knowledge is becoming ubiquitous. But are people learning and becoming more productive? We are in the middle of a significant shift in instructional methods and delivery vehicles. Today's learners are not only driving where and when they want to learn, but also what they want to learn. Traditional books and instructor-led classroom training are making way for flipped classrooms using interactive eBooks, web-based synchronous and asynchronous videos, discussion forums, and even social media. How do we drive true performance support and improved productivity? Content needs to be adaptive based on your current knowledge, skills, and practices to incrementally improve productivity. If you are an innovator; corporate training manager; trainer; industry consultant; or simply an Autodesk, Inc., product user—join us in exploring the common trends and the less obvious directions of today’s consumer-driven learners.
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Matt Murphy is the senior director of product strategy for all CADLearning products from 4D Technologies. Murphy leads all content strategy, helping to create widely available and incredibly affordable training for Autodesk, Inc., products. Since 1985, Autodesk has recognized Murphy as a leader in providing professional training. He has served as an advisor and a consultant to the training industry on the Autodesk Training Center Advisory Board (ATCAB) and Executive Committee (ATCEC), and he is currently a member of the Autodesk University Advisory Council driving the future of Autodesk product learning. Murphy is a widely acclaimed top trainer and AutoCAD Mentor All-Star. He is a former featured columnist for Cadalyst and AUGIWorld magazines, as well as for the AutoCAD Exchange’s Ask the Expert Series. As a 23-year veteran speaker at Autodesk University with over 120 classes taught, he has been rated the top Autodesk University speaker 7 times and holds the honor of Autodesk Distinguished Speaker.