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Continuous learning: avoiding filter failure and fake news

Many L&D professionals will tell you that one of the key aspects of career success is "continuous learning." But, why is this important? What does it really mean? And, how do we achieve it?

January 2018

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Our recommendations for Learning Technologies 2018 - Part 2

We continue our coverage of LT18 with our top picks from the packed free seminar programme.

January 2018 | GoodPractice

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Podcast 79 - Embracing change by 'unlearning'

In the early stages of our careers we learn how to do our jobs, manage office politics and earn promotion. But those habits and behaviours that initially help us advance can become a burden.

January 2018 | Ross Garner

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Podcast 78 - Design thinking for L&D

When we're asked to create a learning solution, how often do we think about the context within which that solution will sit? Design thinking prompts us to take a wider view, collaborating with learners and stakeholders to co-create a course or resource.

January 2018 | Ross Garner

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Attendance is the old problem, engagement is the new problem

Back in the good old days (we’re talking ten plus years ago here) it was easy enough to measure how successful training was. All you had to do was count how many people were in a training room and how many people completed the course at the end of the session. Some organisations went a step further and gave employees happy sheets to complete, but essentially, it was all about attendance.

January 2018 | Emerald Works

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