Do you remember Harvard referencing and building lengthy bibliographies during your student days? If yes, did you find it time consuming? Yep, thought so, did you ever use the techniques again (presuming you’ve not continued in academia)? No? Didn’t think so. Even if we’re kind to academic referencing it is, at best, a necessary evil… Continue reading RefME as an example for viral apps
I have had a lot of conversations of late as to why I do what I do and how my career has developed. The below is a little reflection I initially drafted in a coffee shop earlier in the week… My primary driver in career considerations, when younger, was that I wanted to do… Continue reading Why I work in ‘learning’
Yesterday (19th Nov) I planned to attend a few webinars – some rough notes below for the ones I made it to: The Connected Global Educator (Global Education Conference) The first session from this year’s GEC I have been able to attend. The GEC schedule is always hugely impressive and a great example of virtual… Continue reading A webinar day: global love for learning
It was good to see a real recognition of the need for change at this year’s CIPD Conference Exhibition. There were some good points made by a number of people, a lot coming up in more than one session, my summary and internalization of what I picked up: Neuroscience hugely important for HR, especially for L&D.… Continue reading CIPD Exhibition: November 5th 2015 – The (Re)Birth of Humane Resources?