On January’s LNTV Nigel Paine interviews Bob Mosher, the veteran pioneer and evangelist for learning in the flow of work.
Towards Maturiy’s annual benchmark about the adoption of learning technology in business is just around the corner and for January’s show LNTV caught up with its author, Jane Daly.
Also in January’s show is an interview David Perring, Director of Research, at market analyst Fosway, about the various surveys and research that the firm is undertaking ahead of Learning Technologies 2020. Plus Tom Boyeson-Corballis of The Prince's Trust on how they are making use of the apprenticeship levy, Ger Driesen on improving compliance training and LNTV’s regular commentators, Robin Hoyle on personalised learning and Euan Semple on blogging for personal development.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday January 30 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 January’s LNTV show:
We're delighted to welcome veteran learning evangelist Bob Mosher to LNTV and in this segment Bob discusses Learning in the Flow of Work.
David Perring, Director of Research at Fosway, talks to Nigel about the various survey projects they have underway, including the latest report for Learning Technologies 2020.
Jane Daly, Chief Insights Officer at Towards Maturity, discusses her background and what new innovations she is bringing to the organisation, including some interesting changes to their annual Benchmark Report.
Regular correspondent Robin Hoyle discusses personalised learning which, for the second year running, topped the list of hot trends in Donald Taylor's worldwide 'Learning Sentiments Survey'.
The second of our series produced in association with the Charity Learning Consortium features Tom Boyeson-Corballis of The Prince's Trust talking to Michelle Parry-Slater about the Trust's use of the Apprenticeship Levy.
Regular commentator Euan Semple continues his 2-parter on Blogging for Personal Development. In this one, he describes the tools he uses to produce his blogs.
Ger Driesen, Head of Innovation at aNewSpring in the Netherlands, talks to Nigel about how to produce compliance training that is not the normal boring 'click next' experience which everyone dreads.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on January 30 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.