Less training, more learning in the workflow Isabella Sinnott, Instructional Designer and Project Lead and Noorie Sazen, Director, Saffron Interactive Today, information is constantly at our fingertips as and when we want it and need it. But the workplace hasn’t changed to cater for this. With global teams and flexible work patterns as well as new systems adoption; it can be…See More
Getting smarter at driving your own learning (and how to help others to do the same) Mirjam Neelen, Learning Experience Design Lead, AccentureAs a learning professional, you probably know that self-directed and self-regulated learning skills are important for all people, especially in a time where we need to be lifelong learners to have a job today and be ready for the future.…See More
Capturing Learning Data: Secrets to Improvement and Achieving Maximum ImpactWill Thalheimer, PHD; CEO/President Work-Learning Research, Inc We know that feedback is essential to learning; thatgood data enables iterative cycles of improvement. In fact, it’s the…See More
How do you find the Story in the dataKrystyna Gadd, How to Accelerate LearningWould you love to be able to collect data and do this ‘learning analytics’ stuff people are talking about? Struggle to know where to start? Worried that once you start you will drown in a sea of data that you won’t know how to use? In this webinar we will be exploring how to find the story in the data…See More
Confessions of an online learning designerJames McLuckie, Good Practice Instructional design can be a minefield. And online instructional design especially so. Which methodologies should be used to help achieve the learning outcomes? What's the best media to use to engage learners? And how do you employ technology in a way that enhances the learning experience, rather than…See More
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Knowledge management, Gaming and simulations for learning, Learning management systems and methods, Mobile learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Virtual classrooms, Social Media and learning
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