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D2L Brightspace Helps Associations Turn Professional Development Into Competitive Advantage


D2L’s expertise in digital learning helps make a positive impact for associations.

A global learning technology company, D2L is continuing to make an impact on national and regional associations by delivering high-quality educational experiences for learners, educators and administrators through its innovative Learning Management System (LMS) D2L Brightspace.

Accelerated by the pandemic and market disruptions, many associations are rethinking their digital strategies. As the landscape continues to evolve, many associations are diversifying their offerings through virtual and remote learning and events. According to a recent research study by D2L and the Training Industry, which included 125 membership-based organisations, taking learning online has proved to be a viable way for associations to futureproof.

Brightspace is helping associations solve new business challenges, reach a digital global market, and stay steps ahead. Designed and supported by a team of digital learning experts, Brightspace helps provide associations with one of the best-in-class learning experiences that can motivate, engage and inspire members.

Brightspace’s continuing education and professional development opportunities have been a differentiator for some top national and global associations including the Property Council of AustraliaThe Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

“Brightspace, our cloud-based learning innovation platform, is built for associations to create engaging learning experiences for members,” said John Baker, President and CEO at D2L. “With over 20 years of experience, our success and expertise in digital learning make us an impactful partner in delivering professional development and education opportunities as a key member benefit to associations across the globe.”


Learn more about the research study by D2L and Training Industry on how associations have adjusted their business models, realised success and where they see their associations going next by clicking this link:

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