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Fluid and focused learning: a discipline for a new era

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In the November issue of Inside Learning Technologies and Skills Magazine, Jon Husband looks at the kind of learning and personal learning strategies necessary to survive and thrive; plus 42 articles in total online covering the latest trends, opinions and thinking in workplace learning.

 

Researcher, consultant and commentator on the future of work, Jon Husband, writing in Inside Learning Technologies and Skills Magazine, looks at the kind of learning and personal learning strategies that individuals, groups and organisations will find necessary to survive and thrive in the new world of permanent information whitewater.

“Jon Husband’s article in the November issue of Inside Learning Technologies and Skills Magazine sets out a key challenge faced by everyone in learning and development: we now face a need to learn quickly ...in an environment full of continuous information flows coming from a range of connected colleagues and stakeholders.” 

“And, coming ahead of the upcoming Learning Technologies Conference, Jon has provided the L&D sector with an ideal backdrop for further critical debate,” explained Mark Penton of CloserStill Media, publisher of Inside Learning Technologies and Skills.


Also in the November issue:

  • There’s something rotten in the state of leadership development
  • The trouble with millennials
  • Solving the content conundrum
  • Gender equality: how are organisations driving change to support women leaders
  • What are the advantages and challenges of e-learning?
  • The classroom facilitator’s role in this digital world
  • Best practices for a successful LMS migration

And articles on... machine learning, video learning, microlearning, virtual reality, employee retention, 70:20:10, wearable technology, moocs, digital literacy and much more. In total 42 articles online covering the latest trends, opinions and thinking in workplace learning.

Inside Learning Technologies and Skills is a monthly magazine published three times during the run up to the annual Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition: in November, December and January.

The Learning Technologies exhibition and conference forms the most important annual event for learning and development professionals in Europe.

Entry to the exhibition and seminars is free: Learning Technologies Exhibition registration.

Learning Technologies Conference booking is open along with early bird rates.