The L&D industry is really good at predictions – take your pick – there are many of them being shared across the usual channels. Last year we saw predictions around new models for learning – with a move away from centralised learning provision to a more learner-driven approach. And it’s been interesting to watch the gravitational pull towards “self-directed learning” …
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 …
Technological innovation is changing the ways that we produce, deliver and consume learning content. Here are the main 5 ways we found that content is changing:
Self-directed learning is growing fast, but can be hard to sustain. How do you create successful habits that will help you learn effectively?
New learning product me:time gives instant, anywhere access to curated learning supported by AI-driven recommendations.
How can L&D switch their focus from creators and distributors of learning to the enablement of learning?
The UK will have a shortfall of 745,000 workers with the necessary digital skills by the end of the year
For organisations looking to support self-directed learners, line managers can be a powerful ally. But they need clear visualisations of data to help them.
Organisations are seeing a change towards a more self-directed learner that L&D is going to have to respond to, or suffer a drift into eventual irrelevance.
… and what it means for learning