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Podcast 86 - Learning technologies in the workplace

Learning technologies are a familiar part of modern life. But how effectively are these technologies actually being used to support learning in organisations?

March 2018 | Ross Dickie

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Podcast 85 - In defence of microlearning

This week's podcast covers the thorny topic of microlearning. We struggle to even define microlearning, so does the term have any real value? Is it "chunking"? "Performance support"? Can we agree on a definition that makes it useful? If so, what is it, and how can we help clients understand it?

March 2018 | Ross Garner

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Our top 10 recommended L&D blogs

If you're looking for some L&D related inspiration, thought-provoking ideas and insight, here are 10 L&D blogs that will be right up your street.

February 2018 | Emerald Works

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Podcast 84 - Managing complexity with design thinking

This week on the Podcast, we're continuing our discussion around 'design thinking' with a focus on complexity. How can we make the complicated simple? Should this always be our objective? And can we prepare people for chaos?

February 2018 | Ross Garner

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Podcast 83 - You shouldn't go near machine learning

Machine learning means that computers can teach themselves without the help of a human programmer, offering tremendous opportunities for justice, medicine and - more everyday - Netflix recommendations. In Learning and Development, it's often cited as the hot new tech. But is our industry ready to embrace such technology? Do we need it? And are we truly making the most of the existing technology we already have?

February 2018 | GoodPractice

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