Editor’s note: This four-week, free course from FutureLearn looks interesting. It focuses on design, innovation and accessibility as well as building your own online identity. The course has recently started and will be running again in May.
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: Craig Taylor is narrating his experience of transforming compliance training in his organisation (read more here: http://tayloringit.com/2013/04/from-compliance-course-to-campaign-part-1-the-background/). I his first pos he links to this piece on campaigns not courses – an approach based on more learning more often over a longer period of time.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart explores the problems inherent with creating elearning courses and offers some alternatives to support learning.
Editor’s note: Time to get your head around MOOCs – massive open online courses – says Donald Taylor. They will become a part of the learning mix and L&D professionals will need to know about how they work and their commercial models.
[Warning: live blog, could be typos] Head of online and informal learning at BP, Nick…