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Editor’s note: Research shows, not surprisingly, that we find our work more satisfying if we are using our one or more of our signature strengths. The use of these strengths goes hand in hand with more positive experiences at work, namely enjoyment, flow, sense of purpose or satisfaction and calling.

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Editor’s note: Nearly 600 learning professionals share the tools they use to learn. A great resource from Jane Hart at the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies.

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Editor’s note: The first in a series of research reports from the Elearning Guild looks at the impact of informal learning, definitions of informal learning and how best to support it.

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Editor’s note: A look at natural user interfaces, such as voice or gestures, and how they are being used to control computers. The development of these interfaces are rooted in cognitive science and based on constructivist views of learning as a process in which the learner actively constructs or builds new ideas or concepts based upon current and past knowledge or experience.

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Editor’s note: Professor of psychology Gabriele Oettingen’s work sheds some light on how we do and don’t manage to turn our aspirations into reality and what makes us set and stick to our goals. This article outlines her work. One to watch if this is an area of interest.

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