The state of L&D in two tweets: http://t.co/J5iVuX3Jnr >> a way to show in-house L&D and going outside for 'training' are not the same thing — Ian Gardner (@iangardnergb) December 19, 2014 Don’s original post (link in the tweet above) brings together two tweets that, as he says, nicely summarize the state of L&D. My… Continue reading Explaining my tweet on those two tweets
I first mentioned Sway back in October when I requested access. Well, I’ve had access for a week or so now and have been able to spend about an hour on it. First impressions: Pros it does what it is says it aims to, being an easy design tool for authoring/converting documents into a more… Continue reading Microsoft Sway: first impressions and possible uses
My last two posts looked at some of the recent reports around L&D and some possible future learning technology trends. Catching up today on my Old Reader RSS feedshas thrown up a multitude of other points related to both of these (as tends to always be the case). Of the more interesting ones: A survey… Continue reading Here comes 2015 – implications for L&D
One entertaining approach to future gazing is keeping an eye on what is happening with patents. I’m never sure how much value they really add to my current awareness but it is interesting what pops up. These curious beasts have made headlines a few times in recent years, not least in ed tech/learning technology circles… Continue reading Patents show the way forward for the learning landscape?
We have hit the pre-Christmas reports, awards and events rush in UK learning and development circles, a number of which lead to new developments and analysis at the big post-Christmas events such as BETT and Learning Technologies. Awards in ‘the Learning Industry’ Personally I have never really been into industry awards, yes I can see… Continue reading Report season #KineoInsights and Brightwave #TotalLearning events