CILIP Update March 2015: Digital workplaces and metrics

I tend to skim CILIP Update magazine when on the train.  This month, a couple of articles jumped out – both felt like they needed a bit more reflection. The first (“Information management leaders – we have work to do”) would sound familiar to a lot of support services (such as HR, L&D. etc).  The… Continue reading CILIP Update March 2015: Digital workplaces and metrics

The fundamental issue for learning – recollection

I have been thinking again about memory recently from two perspectives: Reflecting on my own role and development, remembering how I have learned things and developed. Working with a number of my subject expert colleagues to really get to the bottom of how we can better support initial learning but also reinforce the key messages… Continue reading The fundamental issue for learning – recollection

The month in Learning (Technology): April 2015

The ongoing aggregating of some of the stories catching my eye: McGraw-Hill continues developments in adaptive learning. New Corporate Training market report (albeit very expensive). A piece on what changes to the online learning market may mean for the University of Phoenix. eLearning Age on size of global education sector. H5P – might we finally… Continue reading The month in Learning (Technology): April 2015