Editor’s note: In recent years organisers of the World of Learning conference and exhibition have produced a supplement in association with the Guardian newspaper. Here is this year’s publication – in digital edition format. Topics covered include: mobile, change management and learning, future trends and learning across generations.
Editor’s note: An interview with Saba’s founder and CEO Bobby Yazdani on the evolution of the learning management system and how it needs to adapt to the changing business environment.
Editor’s note: A smallish sample size but this survey into filesharing at enterprise and government organisations in Australia and New Zealand conducted by IDM and Australia’s Institute for Information Management lifts the lid on knowledge and data management and concerns in shifting towards a cloud-based approach.
Editor’s note: Clark Quinn argues that a shift in behaviour will come when instructional design encompasses all the elements beyond content that create a memorable and transformational experience.
Editor’s note: This quote sums up this analysis: ‘Underneath social media is a culture change and a mind change. And in order to have a culture and a mind change you have to be willing to do things differently and think differently and solve problems differently.’
Editor’s note: If one thing seems constant it is change. A good list from Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
Editor’s note: It has been a CIPD member resource foir a couple of years but now its HR Profession Map is open to all. A useful tool wherever you are in supporting people development in the organisation.
Nigel Paine, former chief learning officer at the BBC and L&D thought-leader, shares what’s informing…
Editor’s note: Press release from yesterday’s Adobe product announcements, including Adobe Edge Animate 1.0, Adobe Edge Inspect 1.0 (formerly codenamed “Shadow”), Adobe PhoneGap Build 1.0, Adobe Edge Web Fonts and a preview of Adobe Edge Code and Adobe Edge Reflow.
Editor’s note: How will we collect and share our portfolio of skills, achievements and work in the future. Start-up Pathbrite thinks it has the answer.
Editor’s note: This 10-minute video looks at how games are being used in learning. The focus is on schools and how students interact with a range of different types of games.
Editor’s note: A useful list that includes: Loosecubes, Treehouse, Trello, Lift.do and Fonolo.
Editor’s note: A bit of graphic fun for a Tuesday morning with this cartoon of what the left and right side of our brain provide us with.
I thought a tag cloud of the conference agenda at World of Learning 2012 would…