Editor’s note: The first in a two-part look at how technology and data is changing the marketing profession. Worth a look not only to see the impact on marketing but also to get some idea on what this means for L&D.
Here are our curated tweets from today’s chat2lrn Twitter chat on surveys in L&D. [View…
Editor’s note: Here is the primer for today’s Chat2lrn Twitter chat on surveys – it is increasingly a required skill in L&D but not one many L&D professionals have according to the LPI Capability Map.
Editor’s note: Some tips on being a data ninja – whether you want to get better at data yourself or you want your team to get better at using it.
Editor’s note: “It’s kind of like if Pinterest and Yahoo Pipes had a child.” Interesting tool to scrape and visualise data – the type of tool we might see in L&D?
Editor’s note: Great selection of practical data visualisation tools.
Editor’s note: Some real world examples of how big data is being used in cities across the world.
Editor’s note: One in two global marketers systematically or routinely use data when making decisions, according to research from Teradata. Lessons here for L&D?
Editor’s note: Great set of resources here for anyone looking to create more visual content from data and other sources of information such as links and tweets.
Editor’s note: Interesting and highly relevant insights into personal data and personal learning data in particular as Ben Betts looks to put his Learning locker into beta.
Editor’s note: An example of a tool to help filter your email data – forget information overload, let’s focus on the filters.
Editor’s note: This is interesting in tow ways 1)
Nigel Paine, managing director at NigelPaine.com and former chief learning officer at the BBC, told…
Editor’s note: Interesting to see what MOOC data will tell us about online learning. to quote: ‘Today, education is an anecdotal science, but I think we can turn education into a data-driven science, where you do what you know works.’