News and articles about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) selected by Jane Hart for the period
17-30 December 2017.
From around the Web
‘Learning To Do, Doing To Learn’: Why Simply Training Isn’t Enough Tyler Koch, Forbes, 19 December 2017
“The difference between training employees and giving them opportunities to learn may make all the difference.”
“75% of students feel that digital devices help them learn more effectively”
Working smarter Clark Quinn, Learning Solutions Magazine, 26 December 2017
“Working smarter is a new interpretation of eLearning that’s bigger than just courses on the web or a phone. And it’s key to a strategic focus for learning executives.”
In the MWL Magazine
Jane Hart’s favourite 30 posts of 2017 Jane Hart, 19 December 2017
Jane Hart has chosen her favourite 30 posts and articles that have been featured in the MWL Newsletter this year.
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Next public workshop runs: 15 January – 2 March 2018
In the modern workplace it is no longer enough for L&D to just organise and manage modern learning experiences, they also need to enable and support continuous independent learning. In this 7-week online workshop we look at how to help managers and individuals adopt a modern professional learning mindset as well as empower individuals to take responsibility for their own continuous self-improvement (in their existing job) and self-development (to prepare for the future).
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In the modern workplace there is no longer such a thing as a job for a life – only a life of jobs – so it’s up to everyone to continuously update their knowledge, skills and productivity and become an independent modern professional learner. This resource (written by Jane Hart) contains 100 short Tasks (based around the 10 Principles of Modern Professional Learning) to help you get the most out of your work life and take control of your career.
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