Autonomous Learner: Is There Any Point In Still Having A Trainer? As we know, the array of digital tools accessible to learners is growing. The distinction between corporate and private applications (Google Drive, Dropbox and other personal clouds) is increasingly hazy. (...)
Learning and Development Gamification: Can learning really be effortless? Smartphones and tablet devices have become ubiquitous. All sectors of the population are now familiar with gaming, whether casual or hardcore. From Angry Birds to Call of Duty, people are discovering a (...)
What are MOOCs? The acronym MOOC (for Massive Open Online Course) first appeared in 2008 in reference to a course called “Connectivism and Connective Knowledge” run by George Siemens from the University of Athabasca and Stephen Downes from the National (...)
They say time flies when you’re having fun – but it has a tendency to fly even faster when you’re up against a deadline. Time management is one of the biggest challenges of the modern workplace – balancing the needs (...)
As the saying goes “If all you have is a hammer…….….. then every problem looks like a nail”. At the recent Learning Technologies Exhibition in London there seemed to be two distinct camps developing – those who think 70:20:10 is (...)
Last week saw the annual Learning Technologies conference in London. Now in its 16th year, how much has changed in what is being discussed there? One constant is the conferences aim to showcase the latest technology used to support learning (...)
Blended learning checklist for creating the perfect blend Organisations are increasingly recognising the business benefits of combining bite-sized chunks of personalised content that can be delivered to the desktop in real-time with learning techniques such as shorter classroom-based training sessions (...)
What are the key pointers to developing a learning strategy where organisational, functional and individuals’ learning goals are all aligned for the good of the organisation? What measures need to be taken to ensure successful implementation?
Learning Beyond the Classroom in Asia: The Rise of Informal Learning and How to Integrate it into your Organization
WHITE PAPER - While much has been written about informal learning and informal networks in the past, less has been written about how successfully they have been taken up within organizations and what the key steps are to a successful implementation.
Francis Marshall, MD of Cegos UK, looks at the importance of developing commercial skills The development of commercial skills needs to feature higher up the business agenda Diagnostic mapping is key in defining the strengths and weaknesses of teams How (...)