Editor’s note: A look at the Pinterest for learning – Learnist – and the Facebook for education – Lore.
Editor’s note: This learning infographic explains what learning data is, how it can be used, limitations, costs, why it is not widely adopted and how analytics will affect the future of learning.
Editor’s note: So what is a lecture for? No longer should it be about pushing content via a presentation – it should be used to inspire, tell stories, and push ideas.
Editor’s notes: A list of useful strategies that will help learners get engaged with online learning. Although focused at the student there are useful takeaways for learners in the workplace too.
Editor’s note: A look at start-ups reshaping the user experience of enterprise apps. Design and usability are now being pushed to the top of the agenda for enterprise software with big implications for learning software.
Editor’s note: Some useful links on the work of Maria Montessori plus some animations explaining the Montessori approach to learning and schooling.
Editor’s note: There are two reasons to keep an eye on the higher education sector. One, its use of technology is fascinating and will have a big impact on next generation employees. Employers can learn a lot here. Two, the content is being distributed in a way that means employees can access high-quality content at any time and at low or zero cost. So how will that fit in with your learning programmes?
Editor’s note: The Pinterest for learning, which enables users to curate and share boards, has launched an iphone and ipad apps.
Editor’s note: The evolution of workplace learning and development is progressing so fast we need to look at new governance models – maybe an un-training non-governance model?
Editor’s note: This seven-minute video has maths and doodling as its focus but it covers so much more – from joining dots to lines to looking at how we learn.
Editor’s note: A look at the wise words from Linkedin founder Reid Hoffman on the power of networks and why we need to think in terms of networks to fully exploit their huge potential.
Editor’s note: Insights into how the brain changes when young adults hit their early 20s.
Editor’s note: A look at the concept of democratic workplaces and of employees as citizens. So, what would this mean for learning and development?
Editor’s note: Where does civility fit in to learning? Well there’s listening, accepting we do not have all the answers and accepting there are multiple perspectives for starters . . .
Editor’s note: A look at Apple’s training manual for understanding customers and making them happy.