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December 14:Learning Technologies: What Managers Really Think,Owen Ferguson

Started Dec 18, 2017 0 Replies

In the field of Learning and Development there are some well-established views and discussion points around learning technologies, but what about the people who decide how employees spend their time…Continue

December 14:Empowering self-directed learners: Practical strategies and tools for L&D,Caroline Freeman

Started Dec 18, 2017 0 Replies

The shift to a more learner-guided L&D culture is an inevitable impact of the digital transformation process. So how is it done?  In her new webinar for the LSG, Brightwave's Caroline Freeman…Continue

November 30:How Do You Build a Learning Culture and Why is it Important?,Nigel Paine

Started Dec 3, 2017 0 Replies

Learning culture is a phrase bandied about regularly with out any agreed definition or criteria. What this means is that the phrase becomes meaningless. You have a learning culture if you say you…Continue

November 30:Developing your personal brand - practical steps for professional and personal development in L&D,Nick Jones ,Chris Littlewood & Katharine Barnett.

Started Dec 3, 2017 0 Replies

As learning professionals we understand the importance of self-development, but do we always appreciate the importance of sharing our insights and experience? Do we recognise the value in developing…Continue

 

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October 19:Who do you need on your learning technology implementation team,Donald H Taylor

You have the platform, the budget and the deadline. You’re all set to implement your learning technology. Now you just need one thing – a team to do it all. But what should the team do? Who should it involve? Should every member be committed to it full-time? And what can you do if – as with many implementation – the team consists of just one or two people?In this LSG webinar, Learning Technologies chairman Donald H Taylor draws on his book Implementing Learning Technologies in the Workplace,…See More
Oct 22, 2017
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October 19:Ways in which Open Badges are being used in Learning & Development,Doug Belshaw

In this webinar, participants will learn ways in which Open Badges are being used in Learning & Development contexts, as well gaining inspiration from examples in other sectors. Based on an internationally-recognised standard, Open Badges are digital credentials that can be issued by any individual or organisation, for almost anything! You'll come away from this webinar being able to tell your colleagues aboutWhere Open Badges came fromThe importance of aligning with an open standardHow…See More
Oct 20, 2017
Mark Berthelemy liked LSG's discussion October 5:Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:
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October 5:Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:

70-20-10 analysis says that the majority of learning happens without active support from L&D.Face to face learning is expensive and 85% of content is lost within 6 weeksE-learning is often dullSelf-service learning can get low uptakeWhat to do? This session is designed as an open candid discussion looking at the state of work place learning and will offer some strategic insights into next generation learning.The future of the LMS?The role of AI, AR and VRThe disintermediation of L&D?…See More
Oct 9, 2017
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Using your Levy smartly and other funded training opportunities – with a digital touch at Online

October 19, 2017 from 12pm to 1pm
Using your apprenticeship levy smartly and other funded training opportunities – with a digital touchDamian Lythgoe, Head of Business Development, The Skills Network This webinar will concentrate on how employers can solve their learning and development challenges, whether this using their…See More
Oct 9, 2017
jonquil coy commented on LSG's event 'Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:'
"Hi Aimee, yes it will. Check back early next week on the webinar archive tab."
Oct 6, 2017
Aimee Swartz commented on LSG's event 'Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:'
"Unfortunately I was unable to attend this session. Is there a recording or slide share available?  Thanks"
Oct 6, 2017
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September 21 : Hunting for Unicorns - What’s the reality of Digital Learning in Europe?

Organisations are changing in terms of technology, demographics and culture. L&D itself is at a crossroads as it shifts away from formal training and a past often littered with failed or underwhelming systems. So, as we further embrace digital learning, how do you find the seemingly elusive digital solution that will help to truly transform L&D. This session with Fosway’s director of research, David Perring, will explore:What do you need your learning systems to do tomorrow that they…See More
Oct 6, 2017
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Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets: at Online

October 5, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:Gerry Griffin, Skill Pill Founder, Skill Pill 70-20-10 analysis says that the majority of learning happens without active support from L&D.Face to face learning is expensive and 85% of content is lost within 6 weeksE-learning is…See More
Oct 1, 2017
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Ways in which Open Badges are being used in Learning & Development at Online

October 12, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Ways in which Open Badges are being used in Learning & DevelopmentDoug Belshaw, Consultant, Totara In this webinar, participants will learn ways in which Open Badges are being used in Learning & Development contexts, as well gaining inspiration from examples in other sectors. Based on…See More
Oct 1, 2017
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Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets: at Online

October 5, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:Gerry Griffin, Skill Pill Founder, Skill Pill 70-20-10 analysis says that the majority of learning happens without active support from L&D.Face to face learning is expensive and 85% of content is lost within 6 weeksE-learning is…See More
Sep 28, 2017
David Perring commented on LSG's event 'Hunting for unicorns: The realities of digital learning today and tomorrow'
"It's nice to see a younger version of myself...  How time flies... ! Anyway - I hope you enjoyed the webinar.  It was great fun...  to do for an amazing audience.  Naturally if you have an follow up questions please feel…"
Sep 22, 2017
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At 10:13 on December 19, 2013, Nina Stephenson said…

Can someone please send me instructions on how to access this Adobe Connect training as I can't find any details.

Many thanks

Nina

At 8:36 on April 20, 2012, Amanda Richmond said…

Dear Site Admin Team,

 

Please can you check that you linked the following recording for yesterday's learning strategy webinar correctly.  I just tried to view the recording for:

Apr 19th:Moving beyond 70:20:10: Building a context-driven learning strategy David Perring, Director of Research, Elearnity

but the recording given is for:

Five days to better e-learning
Stephanie Dedhar, Learning and Performance Consultant, BP

 

Many thanks,

Amanda

 

 
 
 

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