Cadmium University

LMS Success: Content Strategies That Elevate Your Learning Presence

Recorded On: 11/29/2017


The role of the LMS has evolved significantly over the past few years. While organizations are recognizing the power of online learning to enhance their portfolio and attract new participants -- they're not sure how to strategically maximize this investment. In this session we'll facilitate a discussion about winning content strategies you can begin to implement immediately.

Learning Objectives:  

  • Reveal the changing role of the LMS
  • Discuss the key components of a digital content strategy
  • Explore opportunities for maximizing different forms of content to engage your target audiences

Tracy King, MA, CAE

Chief Learning Strategist & CEO


Tracy King, MA, CAE

She / They

As Chief Learning Strategist & CEO of InspirEd, Tracy King leverages more than 20 years in workforce development consulting with organizations on education strategy and learning design. Tracy is the author of the award-winning book Competitive Advantage, and they advise on how to grow reliably profitable and sustainable continuing education programs that transform learners. Tracy specializes in the intersection of learning science and technology. They are a thought leader, master learning designer and DELP Scholar. Their work has been featured on NBC, ABC, FOX, USA Today, Forbes, The Star Tribune and hundreds of nationally syndicated television, newspaper, and magazine outlets. Tracy is featured as a chapter author in the award-winning Routledge text, Microlearning in the Digital Age: The Design and Delivery of Learning in Snippets.

Richard Finstein

President, LMS and Managed Services Division, Cadmium & Former CEO of CommPartners

Rich founded CommPartners as a provider of online learning services and events in 1994. His vision was to create a culture where people could learn, advance their careers and have fun. He has a passion for helping clients connect with their communities through education. Rich graduated from the University of Maryland and did his graduate work at Marymount University in instructional design. He now lives in Columbia, Md., with his wife of over 35 years. He has two grown children. Rich enjoys marathon running, biking, tennis and rooting for Baltimore sports teams.

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