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5 week online workshop starts Monday 29 September - find out more here. Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Jane's Pick of the Day
You can view this year's list here. Don't forget to read my Analysis Continue reading
Posted Sep 22, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
This blog has moved.. Jane's Pick of the Day can now be found at c4lpt.co.uk/pick/ Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
This blog has moved.. Jane's Pick of the Day can now be found at c4lpt.co.uk/pick/ Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
On Tuesday 17 June I ran an interactive session at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum. The session was live streamed and the recording is available here. I was asked to share the 20 ideas for small changes I suggested in the session, so here they are - together with the 6 features of how we learn today. To access a set of resources about these 20 changes, please go here or contact me for some personal help: jane.hart@C4LPT.co.uk. I've helped... Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
You can read my latest post here which describes the 4 models of social workplace learning. Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
Building and maintaining successful online communities takes time and effort. In this workshop we look at the importance of planning your community, different ways of launching it, and after the first flush of enthusiasm, making sure it remains dynamic and vibrant. Suitable for anyone who wants to run an online community, e.g. a community of practice, a learning community or a community of interest. Agenda This 5 week online workshop covers the following topics: Planning your online community : What... Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
This is our 3rd Annual Learning in the Workplace Survey. (The survey results from 2012 and 2013 have been widely reported.) The survey asks you to rate 10 different ways you learn at work. Once you submit your own data, you will be able to view the results submitted from over 750 people worldwide – plus an analysis of what this means for L&D practices. HERE'S THE SURVEY Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
In the last 10 years there has been a big change in the way that many people now learn - I've written about the 6 key features here. So what can you do to bring workplace more in line with modern day personal, independent learning? There are four main ways: Do the same things but differently – update your existing approaches to face-to-face training and e-learning Create new things – like new types of resources for on demand access -... Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
Please note that although I re-post material here from time to time this is not my main blog. Please visit Learning in the Social Workplace to keep up to date with news about learning trends, technologies and tools Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
Read my selection of the best posts and articles from May 2014 here. Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
Communities of Practice have become a bit of buzzword in corporate training recently; everyone seems to be setting them up. I've been running online communities (of different types) for many years now, and it's important to point out that it requires a different set of skills to set one up and support one than to create a piece of e-learning! What's more, if done properly, it requires a significant time investment in terms of maintaining it on an ongoing basis.... Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
Posted May 22, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
You can find my latest blog post HERE. Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
For many, many years now the role of the L&D department has been to take charge of what and how people learn in the organisation. They create the content, deliver it to the people (in a classroom or via computer) and manage the outcomes. However, things are changing. Many people now make use of online tools and services to address their own learning and performance problems quickly and easily. As a consequence, key features of this new approach to learning... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
If you are interested in updating your organisation's approach to workplace learning, and don't want to start a revolution, but rather prefer to introduce change gradually, why not join the Modernise Workplace Learning Online Symposium, which is taking place from 19 May for 4 weeks. Now closed, find out more about the resources available at 20 ideas to modernise workplace learning. Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
Every day I share links to great blog posts and articles I find on Twitter. I'm very discriminating in that I don't just share everything I come across, but only share things that say something new or different about the current or future state of learning in the workplace or education. At the end of the month I aggregate these links in my 2014 Reading List and review them, selecting my MUST READs for the month. If you've not got... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day
In my last post I wrote how for many people the way to move their organisation from outdated, traditional training practices towards modern approaches to learning was not to take the “big bang” approach but make small, incremental changes. In this post I want to look at what that means by first considering the disconnect between current (face-to-face and online) training practices and the way many are now learning. Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2014 at Jane's Pick of the Day