Blended learning fails when it is seen only as a mix of formal training mixed…
Browsing: Clive Shepherd
Editor’s note: This is why L&D professionals should blog. A great discussion here amongst Clive Shepherd, Nick Shackleton-Jones and others on formal/informal, online and elearning.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd sets out how he would design compliance elearning.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd reflects on Towards Maturity’s latest research into compliance training.
Editor’s note: A simple and eye-catching question from Clive Shepherd, posed as a result of reading Wired for Speech by Clifford Nass and Scott Brave.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd on why courses are not enough and the role resources can play in supporting learning and performance.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd explores six ways in which learning professionals can realise a transformation in the way that learning and development occurs in their organisations.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd continues his series on transforming L&D – in this article he looks at how to make it engaging.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd’s first installment in a new series on transforming the learning and development function.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd reflects on the use of voice in technology and how it can be applied in the online learning context, based on having read Wired for Speech: How Voice Activates and Advances the Human-Computer Relationship by Clifford Nass and Scott Brave.
Editor’s note: Reflective piece by Clive Shepherd on synchronicity in learning – can we make more of being together, learning together? Shepherd thinks so.
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd’d look at informal learning based on his commentary to the Learning Insights 2012 Report produced by Kineo for Elearning age magazine.
[Warning: live blog, could be typos] Designing blended learning is about making good decisions, Clive…
Editor’s note: Clive Shepherd pulls together all the articles he has been writing this year on transformation in workplace learning. Lots of good reads here.