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Podcast 82 - Modern learners, not modern technologies

Last week on the podcast we gave our thoughts on the Learning Technologies conference. Today, we ask whether we should resist the urge to jump on the latest tech and focus on learners instead.

February 2018 | Ross Garner

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Improve content design with the 3 ‘P’s – purpose, principles and personas

Ex BBC, Ask.com and independent consultant, Myles Runham, and Senior Learning Analyst, Nahdia Khan, hosted a thought-provoking exchange discussion with a diverse group of learning professionals attending Learning Technologies 2018. The topic of discussion centred on understanding your users and ensuring the content you are designing meets their needs.

February 2018

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How to get started with collaborative technologies

No man or woman is an island. Or at least they shouldn’t be. But throw some technology into the mix and people can find it hard to work and learn together. Now, one of the biggest shifts in learning technology is in the development of increasingly collaborative platforms. So how do we best harness these solutions and create a culture of knowledge sharing?

February 2018 | Emerald Works

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Podcast 81 - Our review of Learning Technologies 2018

Learning Technologies is Europe's leading conference for those of us working in learning and development, so this week on the GoodPractice Podcast we're sharing our thoughts on the 2018 event.

February 2018 | Ross Garner

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Podcast 80 - How do we make digital learning accessible?

As online learning designers we're often tempted to experiment with new functionality, but sometimes our enthusiasm for innovative approaches can create a barrier for users.

January 2018 | Ross Garner

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