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Cognitive biases in learning – #Chat2lrn curated tweets

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Content curation – more reasons for L&D to take notice

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Creativity and constraints in L+D – #chat2lrn curated tweets

Here are curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on constraints and #creativity. [View the … Read More...

Communicating your training strategy – curated #chat2lrn tweets

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Curated Posts

In social networks, group boundaries promote the spread of ideas, study finds

Editor’s note: Research into networks shows how ideas spread. Some good insights here into how groups affect the sharing of information across a network.

Adults and online learning: lessons from the private tuition sector

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Editor’s note: This article opens with a sobering statement, “With at least a fifth of Britain’s population lacking the skills required to use the internet.” It goes on to look at how adults are learning online. Clearly technology opens many doors to learning and this piece shows that – and that many adults are lacking in the skills needed to use the web.

How we learn once more

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Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones on the Affective Context Model – and how we ‘encode’ reactions that then shape our learning.

Elearning. L&D’s hard to kick habit?

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Editor’s note: A simple, powerful point from Dan Roddy about thinking differently as an L&D professional.

10 Oculus Touch ideas that bring VR within reach of learners. Let’s do it!

Editor’s note: Donald Clark looks at how VR will potentially help transform learning experiences (especially now the headsets will come with virtual hands).