We've been using Bridge Learn for nearly a year and we're now adding Perform. The majority of our employees only consume content through Bridge. We do have a group who I would consider power users. This group includes our "Author Lite" users who have limited author permissions to create their own courses and a few others who were involved in our Perform pilot, mostly managers. They've been great about giving us feedback.
Our Learning & Development group is going to create and facilitate an internal user group so we can be sure to help pass their voices along to the community, even though a few of them are in here already. Does anyone have any experience with something like this? If so, what are some tips to help keep the group from fizzling out?