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May 17, 2016
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Americas: Tap Into Brain Science to Make Learning Environments Better


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There’s good reason the neuroscience of learning is a hot topic at meetings industry conferences nowadays: how one’s brain harnesses and stores information means the difference between simply memorizing information and changing behavior—the ultimate goal of learning. Good learning designers and meeting managers can enhance their own skill sets by tapping into the science behind learning to create more meaningful formats and room sets for their events as well as to coach speakers on best practices for improving their learning environments.

Britt Andreatta, PhD, author, speaker, coach, consultant, and the director of learning and development, Lynda.com
Britt Andreatta, PhD, author, speaker, coach, consultant, and the director of learning and development, Lynda.com

Britt Andreatta, PhD, author, speaker, coach, consultant, and the director of learning and development, Lynda.com, a LinkedIn company, talked about how using our knowledge of neuroscience can create real behavior change at the recent digitalNow conference at the Hyatt Regency Orlando April 21–23. The conference is organized by Fusion Productions and is aimed at putting association executives in touch with the research, thought leaders, and experts that can guide them through the digital transformation.

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