February’s Learning Now tv carries a series of reports following Learning Technologies 2019, including Michelle Ockers on supporting performance, Martin Couzins on Fosway’s latest research and Learning News’ report from the event.
In Learning Now tv’s new regular feature of Panel Sessions, Nigel Paine hosts a panel of young L&D professionals from the Netherlands and finds out about how they like to learn and about their hopes for the future of L&D.
Also on the show Robin Hoyle discusses evaluation and impact measurement and Owen Ferguson talks about Good Practice’s annual 70:20:10 research.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday February 28 at 10 am UK time. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.
The full programme of interviews and features for February’s LNTV show:
LNTV’s new regular feature of Panel Sessions continues with a panel of young L&D professionals from The Netherlands and Nigel Paine finds out how they like to learn and asks what their hopes are for the future of L&D.
We caught up with Michelle Ockers after the Learning Technologies conference and she discusses how L&D should be supporting a wide range of functions across our organisations to improve the overall organisation's performance.
A regular highlight of the year is Good Practice's regular research on 702010. Here we talk to the company's managing director Owen Ferguson to discuss the main findings of the report.
Our regular look at the latest L&D research with Martin Couzins this month spotlights the just released 'The Learning Technologies Landscape', produced by Fosway for the Learning Technologies Show, and it contains some worrying news.
This month's regular segment from Robin Hoyle looks at the topic of evaluation and impact measurement. As ever, Robin wades right in to the debate with some experienced-based advice.
Our video partners Learning News report on the highlights of this month's Learning Technologies 2019 conference and exhibition.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday February 28 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.