L&D Enters the Age of Curation

In 2006, I pursued my master’s degree at the University of Liverpool (UK). At that time, I was always met with a slight look of disbelief when I said the whole program was taught “online.” This was just after the age of certificate mills, in which fake universities pumped out certificates for non-existent courses. I knew what they were thinking: Was it easier than the traditional classroom? Was it less rigorous? Was my online course even real?

 

Curated from www.td.org

Good post on why L&D should be looking to curate information and why context, not content, is so important.

   

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