‘2018 was the year the dam broke in terms of technology’, said Toby Harris, Vice Chair, introducing the ELN Connect 2018 conference in London. SCORM is on the way out, ‘click-next’ elearning is history, learning professionals are turning their minds to producing quality live experiences instead, with use of new technologies such as VR growing. Developments in natural language processing, …
Use of, and interest, in blockchain as an alternative trust mechanism is on the increase in HR and L&D, although the technology has trust issues of its own, according to an article in Lumesse Learning’s relaunched Curve magazine. Trust is a central issue for the People function in the wake of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle, the introduction of GDPR, rising fears about invasion …
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.