I’ve read a bunch of articles on the theme of ‘top trends for 2018’ over the last few months, and more recently several titled, ‘What I learnt at Learning Technologies’. And one thing comes very strongly out of all of them. We’re in the world of the learning ecosystem now. What is a learning ecosystem? The Elearning Guild defines it …
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New learning product me:time gives instant, anywhere access to curated learning supported by AI-driven recommendations.
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60% of the jobs that will be most in demand over the next decade have not even been invented yet.
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