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Storylistening versus Storytelling? Curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #listening to #stories. [View the … Read More...

Revolutionise learning and development – curated #chat2lrn tweets

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One in three organisations still rely on happy sheets, according to CIPD survey

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Getting started with mobile learning – #chat2lrn curated tweets

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Curated Posts

Take The Apple Logo Test: Explains Why Everyday Memory Is So Poor

Editor’s note: A simple test show how we like to get the gist of something – the information we need to make sense of something – rather than all the information we need.

A Q&A with Virtual Reality Pioneer Jacki Morie

Editor’s note: As virtual reality takes off with news Oculus Rift will be hitting shops early next year, VR pioneer Jacquelyn Ford Morie looks back at the technology and forward to where it is heading.

The secret ingredient that makes some teams better than others | ideas.ted.com

Editor’s note: A look at the importance of social capital – the ‘mortar’ that binds us ‘bricks’.

The 12 cognitive biases that prevent you from being rational

Cognitive biases – or limitations in our thinking, or ways of processing information – are at play all the time. This list looks at the ones that affect our rational selves.

Facebook study finds people only click on links that they agree with, site is an ‘echo chamber’

Editor’s note: When we consider the usefulness of curation we need to be mindful of ‘filter bubbles’. This articles shows how Facebook users create their own bubbles.