Our digital lifestyle is changing the way in which we inform ourselves, in which we read and learn. While in the past, we thought in terms of courses, learning processes had to be “organized” and we bought an entire book to gain knowledge about a topic, we are today looking for small learning nuggets that […]

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Since November 2018, Learning Now TV is supported by its first channel ambassador. Paul Morgan has more than 25 years’ experience in senior learning and development roles and worked for Microsoft and O2, among others. In his new role with Learning Now TV, he focuses both on Learning Now TV itself and on its sister […]

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Nigel Paine talks to learning & performance consultant and researcher Will Thalheimer about course evaluation and in particular the Kirkpatrick/Katzell model and his own new LTEM model. Links: Will Thalheimer’s Blog www.worklearning.com Video courtesy of Learning Now TV

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If you want to introduce e-learning in your organisation, you need to think about a learning management system. But what exactly does this software do? Which features are essential and which are merely optional? Furkan Yesil, IT expert at DEKRA Media, provides some background. This video is part of a series created within the project […]

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I have to admit that I was a bit hesitant at first when I was asked if I was interested in becoming a part of the advisory panel of the ELSa project about two years ago This was due to the longer version of the project’s title “Adult learning in self-learning architectures”. I was hesitant […]

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This video shows some of the most interesting results of the study “Monitor Digitale Bildung” on the usage of digital media in learning and development. “Who uses digital media for learning?” Which pedagogical concepts are useful for this and how can digital media offer added value?” These are some of the questions the “Monitor” deals […]

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Machines that “arrange” their own maintenance, update themselves and order replacement parts. Work pieces that “know“ what they have to do and which final product they belong to. Maintenance engineers who read operations manuals on their smart glasses. All of these are a part of industry 4.0. Many branches – be it in production or […]

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Just because you have a lot of learning programmes, does not mean you have developed a learning culture; it can mean the exact opposite!

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