It is inevitable that a market for technology projects the impression that technology is leading us rather than the other way around. The People versus Technology – that’s a dramatic way of putting it. We wrote a little story on the theme – a series of tweets about Brian the L&D manager’s battle with A.I. A conflict that got personal pretty quickly. Read More
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Learning Trends 2017! We were only two days in to the new year and my Twitter feed was already exploding with predictions for the year ahead. Rather than immediately jump on the bandwagon I thought it best to let the dust settle and see if I could make some sense of what remained after the storm.
In my short time working within the eLearning world, one word has consistently jumped out from all the jargon. Engagement. At eLN Connect last year it was all anyone could talk about. ‘How can we engage the learner?’ ‘Are we engaging them enough?’ ‘What about millennial learners?!’ ‘Look there’s a learner! Somebody, quick – engage them!’
“I do think that e-learning is often treated as the default option, certainly for any self-study learning experience. When in fact, using video perhaps in combination with other things, you can actually achieve very much the same results, sometimes more cheaply and sometimes more effectively.”
Clive Shepherd, learning technologist
We spoke to Carl Hodler of LearnerLab about post millennial learners and how to engage them.
It’s been a few years now since I’ve been on a video shoot. I studied media production at university and worked for a while as a runner at a TV company so I was feeling pretty confident about the whole thing.
Video drama is a powerful tool for engagement and learning in the workplace. But often things go wrong at the script stage. This is a compressed version of a series of articles I wrote for eLearning Age on this subject in which, with the use of purpose-made video clips we demonstrate best practice when producing video drama.
Last week I found myself diving head first into the world of Digital Learning at eLN Connect 2016 and being new to the industry I was keen to go to as many talks as possible and soak it all in. Read More
I was already awake when my alarm went off. By 7am my mind had already long been whirring with a combination of excitement and fear.