In March’s round-up of the best L&D blogs we have a diverse range of posts from a range of writers including practitioners and consultants.
Our aim is to highlight the excellent thinking, writing and sharing from L&D bloggers around the world. There is no science to this list – we flag up posts that we have enjoyed. We have also included a link to each author’s Twitter profile and the RSS feed URL if you want to add the blog to your feed reader (simply copy the link and paste into into your feed reader).
Nick_shackleton Jones on why the very idea of formal is flawed. ‘if you have a good understanding of how learning works, you don’t have to fabricate mythical species of learning to explain what you see.’
Follow Nick on Twitter: @shackletonjones
Short and to the point from Donald Clark – could you add more mistakes?
Follow Donald on Twitter: @donaldclark
Reflections on the learning management system as a support to learning rather than a system for dictating learning.
RSS feed: http://donaldhtaylor.wordpress.com/feed/
Follow Donald on Twitter: @doanldhtaylor
Mike Collins on tech adoption and getting learners engaged – a hill worth climbing.
RSS feed: http://www.learningasylum.co.uk/feed/
Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikecollins007
Sukh Pabial on the organisational value of psychometrics – great discussion too.
RSS feed: http://pabial.wordpress.com/feed/
Follow Sukh on Twitter: @sukhpabial
Simple question posed by Anthony Allinson, interesting discussion and comments.
RSS feed: http://jtdots.wordpress.com/feed/
Follow Anthony on Twitter: @allinsona
Jane Hart provides some great options here.
RSS feed: http://c4lpt.co.uk/feed/
Follow Jane on Twitter: @c4lpt
John Curran on the touchscreen laptop experience. Not as bad as it sounds . . .
Follow John on Twitter: @designedlearnin
Clive Shepherd on the confusion around adoptng non-formal approaches to learning in formal contexts.
Follow Clive on Twitter: @cliveshepherd
Andrew Jacobs on the dangers of learning by numbers – what is it you are actually learning to do?
RSS feed: http://lostanddesperate.com/feed/
Follow Andrew on Twitter: @andrewjacobsLD
Harold Jarche on the need to balance structured work and the sharing of complex knowledge.
RSS feed: http://www.jarche.com/feed/
Follow Harold on Twitter: @hjarche
Craig Taylor’s third part in his series on how his company is researching learner needs.
RSS feed: http://tayloringit.com/feed/
Follow Craig on Twitter: @craigtaylor74
Clark Quinn on the worrying trend in L&D that says ‘we are doing ok’.
RSS feed: http://blog.learnlets.com/?feed=rss2
Follow Clark on Twitter: @quinnovator
Great post on design thinking and its application in L&D.
RSS feed: http://weelearning.co.uk/feed/
Follow weelearning on Twitter: @weelearning