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.
The UK will have a shortfall of 745,000 workers with the necessary digital skills by the end of the year
60% of the jobs that will be most in demand over the next decade have not even been invented yet.
From guest blogger Adriana Hamacher MSc, HipGeeks
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.
Access to mobile learning is becoming a standard expectation of the workforce, but learning departments face challenges in providing the right content.
Part 1 of the report from our Think Tank, ‘Learning Analytics: using insights and analytics to fine-tune learning programmes’.
Automating a recruitment process increased the number of women hired by 15%. What might this mean for women in leadership?