Editor’s note: This article shares examples of how organisations have transitioned to digital first learning delivery and how they are attempting to make it stick. there are some useful insights here.
Editor’s note: I was in a Learning Technologies Summer Forum session this week and the speaker, Jane Daly from Towards Maturity, was talking about the learning ‘ogies’. This article looks at the two most related to peer and self-directed learning – paragogy and heutagogy.
Editor’s note: This slide deck looks at how financial services company Old Mutual Wealth has re-engineered its L&D strategy using freelance marketplace Jam Pan. It provides a glimpse of new ways in which L&D teams are sourcing and delivering digital resources.
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Editor’s note: The focus for this piece is digital marketing but can be swapped out for learning too. The message here is to focus on what digital learning looks like in its entirety rather than buying off the shelf solutions to deliver a digital experience (thankyou to Meg Peppin for sharing).