What do you know about the learniverse?
This e-book tries to make sense of everything that’s happening around learning innovation, with help from you.
Always useful, never complete
It doesn’t matter whether you are a newbie to the world of learning or a seasoned pro, the incomplete guide will make sure you know what you are talking about.
Use it a reference work, take it to conferences as a helpful guide, give it to colleagues or just put it on your bookshelf for some intellectual bodybuilding (make sure to leave some space on that bookshelf, though, as we’ll be updating the incomplete guide, often). You can also contribute to the content, download the e-book to find out how.
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Why the guide is incomplete?
- We’re not pretending we know everything, but we provide context.
- There’s room to add your own insights.
- Innovation never stops.
- Being complete is just a lot of work…
The start of World Learning Content Clean-up Day
Today, we launch the World Learning Content Clean-up Day. From now on, every March 21 will be focused on how you can update and refresh the learning content you have produced before. Join the movement, share the message, and tell us all about your best tips, tricks and experiences.
What we learnt from (p)reflecting on 2022 and 2023
“We don’t learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experiences” is an important quote by John Dewey. “If you can dream it, you can make it” is an important quote by Walt Disney. Combine the two and you’ll arrive at what we call (p)reflection: a word we made up to focus on the things we wanted to share with you over the course of 2023.
How to teach soft skills online: What makes a difference?
In the first part, we took a look at the soft skill learning process. This second part is slightly more technical. Let’s find the best ways to build training for soft skills and show how it can be done with examples from IMK Opleidingen!
Ger’s Learning Notes #52: Fifty-fifty
While writing this, I’m still in a very good mood related to the Bronze Learning Impact Award that we won at LPI’s awards show in London. Our submission covered the adaptive learning case and the related research that we did together with our customer BSL. Showing a 30+% shorter time to complete by independent research has been a win in itself; getting recognition by winning an international award for it is the icing on the cake.