Editor’s note: Dan Pontefract on learning as a collaborative, continuous, connected and community-based mindset.
Browsing: social learning
Editor’s note: Jane Hart outlines here thinking on the types of skills L&D professionals will need to embrace social learning and social media tools for learning.
Editor’s note: Are L&D professionals suffering cognitive dissonance when it comes to social and informal learning, asks Mark Britz.
Editor’s note: Julian Stodd looks at two tools that are useful for sharing ie social learning.
Editor’s note: Julian Stodd explores the realities of putting social learning into practice. I enjoyed this line: ‘In social learning, it’s not so much the outcomes of the conversations that we are interested in, but rather the conversation itself: the narrative that we build that shows where we agree, where we disagree and how we resolved it. It’s the thought process itself as much as the story that counts.’
Editor’s note: Learning platform Edmodo’s mission has been to provide a free and safe platform that allows students and teachers to come together to collaborate and learn. This article looks at how the platform has evolved to its current 17 million users worldwide.
Editor’s note: A timely piece on social learning from Plymouth University’s Steve Wheeler. Cut through the social learning buzz in this short read.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart shares her slides on social learning that she delivered at the Learning Technologies conference 2013. A timely deck considering all the buzz around social at the conference.
Editor’s note: Interesting take on social learning and innovation and how social learning – through its networked approach – is more effective at stimulating innovation.
Editor’s note: Slide deck from Andy Petroski on knowledge management and where it fits with social learning. Some useful slides explaining the difference between training, knowledge management and performance support.
Editor’s note: Interesting to see learning tech that is used outside of the US and UK. This Polish social learning platform has 8 million unique users a month and operates in 17 countries.
Editor’s note: A short film demonstrating SAP Jam – your opportunity to see what it looks like in action.
Two years old but well worth your time. Charles Jennings looks at the eight reasons…
Editor’s note: Learning has changed much, says Roger Schank. Social learning is not new either. But “learning to listen and advise well is what separates winning teams from from losing ones.” A great read . . .