Editor’s note: This is a really useful guide to neurodiversity in the workplace. What adjustments are L&D teams making to ensure learning is open to all?
Editor’s note: Marketing guru Seth Godin shares some great tips on how L&D teams can better market their learning ‘brand’ and learning interventions.
The Learning Technologies Conference is a paradox. This year’s keynote speaker, Rohit Talwar, kicked off…
How Nudge Theory Just Made You Click on This Headline (and Helped a Famous Economist Win the Nobel Prize)
Editor’s note: L&D teams struggle with marketing learning programmes which is why this advice is so useful. The title of an email can be enough to catch colleague’ attention.
Editor’s note: David Kelly has curated resources from the Learning Technologies Conference 2018. Well worth looking through the wide range of articles and research.
Editor’s note: This is years old advice but it still holds true, which is why it is worth sharing. Are you thriving on information?
Editor’s note: In light of the recent Learning Technologies conference, I thought it would be useful to share some tips on how to create great PowerPoint decks.
Editor’s note: Should we be worried that we don’t know how AIs do what they do?
Editor’s note: Interesting piece by Roger Schank on the sense making – or otherwise – of cognitive computing. There is still some way to go in this area.
Editor’s note: This research from Fosway Group is unique in that it is the only research like it for providing insights into L&D’s view of learning technologies.
Editor’s note: Towards Maturity launched their latest benchmark research at this week’s learning technologies conference. It has a new approach to the data which means new actionable insights.
Editor’s note: Congratulations to the winners of the Learning and Performance Institute’s Learning Awards 2018.
Editor’s note: Some interesting ideas on information curation and the need for organisations to be able to curate insights in order to feed their knowledge networks. Will this turn out to be another layer of complexity for a concept that seems to mean many different things to learning professionals.
Editor’s note: Training company DPG has carried out research into managers’ perceptions of apprenticeships and the Apprenticeship Levy. The results make for sobering reading. For example, 63% of respondents still hadn’t heard of the levy 11 months after its implementation.
Editor’s note: Thankyou to Media Zoo for sharing this really useful video about machine learning and artificial intelligence. Presented by a computer scientist, the film explains the basic concepts and in so doing will provide a good starter for further exploring the technology that could fundamentally change learning delivery.