Editor’s note: At last, an article that actually finds out how kids are using tech – and guess what? There are lots of useful tips for adults.
Editor’s note: Really enjoyed this look at how our relationship with technology is evolving and how that impacts on the relationships we have with others.
Editor’s note: Good list here including cloud-based printing and mobile hot spots. Basic but essential tools to ease more collaborative working.
Editor’s note: As machines get faster and more ‘intelligent’, where does that leave us humans? Interesting, and potentially uplifting, piece on what humans bring in the tech age.
Editor’s note: Take a look at the technology trends hitting higher education with the annual Horizon Report. They are no different to the ones hitting business. This is a useful look into short, medium and longer-term tech trends.
Here our my edited tweets from the chat2lrn Twitter chat on putting #technology in the…
Editor’s note: Great article looking at the value of employees that can be tapped by cloud, mobile and social technology. Organisations focus on how to engage customers around this and now it is time to do the same for employees – they have the technology.
Editor’s note: It sounds like the stuff of Star Trek but telepresence tech is getting cheaper and browser-based, which will lead to lots more possibilities for virtual meetings.
Editor’s note: This Thursday’s #chat2lrn looks at tech driving change in learning, as opposed to tech enabling learning. A subtle but significant difference. This post will get you thinking . . .
Editor’s note: David Kelly, program director for the eLearning Guild’s face-to-face events and conferences, looks at how much organisational learning has changed in last 15 years.
Editor’s note: Interesting list – ‘infrastructure takes on engagement’ and other insights that’ll make you stop and think.
Technology-enabled learning is having a big impact on organisations. It increases productivity by 14%, the…
Editor’s note: I like this slant on how we interact with devices, which will is more of an issue when it comes to wearable tech.
Editor’s note: Generational labels aside, what will L&D look like in 2030, when 75% of the global workforce will be made up of Millennials – those who have grown up with technology.
Editor’s note: This line says it all: ‘The future of business is the future of corporate L&D.’ And that future is technology driven . . .