The eLearning SIG is a supportive network for individuals interested in eLearning and discovering practical ways to implement online learning in their organizations. Community members share their knowledge and experiences on trends, ideas, and best practices in the eLearning industry. This SIG generally meets the third Thursday of the month over lunch with participants both on location and connected via the web (when possible). Be sure to check the events calendar for specific meeting dates.
Next Meeting: Thursday, April 27, 2017 @ 11:30-1:00 PM
Topic:Data Privacy and Security in eLearning Location: Golden Valley Library
We are planning an engaging discussion on “Data Privacy and Security in eLearning.” Take some time to ponder the questions below and come prepared to share with and learn from your eLearning colleagues:
As eLearning professionals and trainers, what are our responsibilities around data security and privacy?
Do you have specific concerns about data privacy and security?
What data do you collect and store on your learners?
How do you protect that data?
What security, privacy, and retention practices do you already have in place?
Who else in your organization is concerned about these issues?
Our goal is for each of us to take away ideas on what we can do better or differently to help protect the information we collect. Thank you to Jenny Nilsson for raising the topic and helping facilitate this session.
Cost: Free to all ATD-GTC members. RSVPs appreciated.
Please Get Involved!
We are also looking for volunteers to serve on the sub-committee and help with the monthly programs. Please contact Joan Loshek ([email protected]) or Michelle Kelly ([email protected]) if you are interested in getting involved and networking with your professional colleagues while supporting the eLearning SIG.