Using a collaborative platform for brilliant learningPresenter: Jane HartPassword: Lsg2012 If you are looking to introduce more social approaches to learning in your organisation – from augmenting face-to-face events or socializing formal online learning, to enabling and supporting communities of practice - then Jane…See More
Integrating learning and talent managementPresenter: David WilsonPassword: Lsg2012 Whilst companies may talk about Talent as an integrated concept, the reality is much more fragmented, replicating the functional silos that exist in most HR organisations. Based on independent corporate research, David Wilson, Managing…See More
The truth about social learningPresenter: Jane BozarthPassword: Lsg2012 Nowadays it's common to see terms tangled up: social media, social learning, collaboration, communities, social business, social strategies. Let's take a few moments to talk about terms and look at real ways organizations can measure the worth of…See More
Fear and loathing in social mediaPresenter: Mark OehlertPassword: Lsg2012 Some people fear social media. Others loathe it. Both are natural human reactions, and to introduce social learning into organisations, argues Mark Oehlert, requires a human solution to this resistance, rather than the technological solutions so…See More
The future of learning is openPresenter: Steve WheelerPassword: Lsg2012 The use of personal technologies and social media is burgeoning across all sectors of education and training, resulting in a growing body of openly available user generated content. Learners are creating, organising, sharing and repurposing this…See More
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Human capital and talent management, Knowledge management, Gaming and simulations for learning, Learning management systems and methods, Measurement methods and technologies, Mobile learning, Organisational learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Skills assessment and competency mapping, Virtual classrooms, Workflow and process-embedded learning, Social Media and learning
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