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The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

ID Reflections

You don''t program Watson; you work with Watson". While Watson and Siri may seem far removed from our task of designing learning programs, the reality is they are not. The need for creating meticulously designed training programs will be gone -- ( Some compliance programs may still be around. Each member will bring their expertise to bear and share their knowledge and experiences. L&D will have to don the hat of community managers and become learners.

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The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

Learnnovators

“You don’t program Watson; you work with Watson” Here is a fascinating video on what Watson can do. While Watson and Siri may seem far removed from our task of designing learning programs, the reality is they are not. But here are five things I envisage will be different… The need for creating meticulously designed training programs will be gone – ( Some compliance programs may still be around.) I am not the kind to crystal gaze.

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THE CHANGING FACE OF WORK AND WORKPLACE LEARNING

Learnnovators

You don’t program Watson; you work with Watson”. While Watson and Siri may seem far removed from our task of designing learning programs, the reality is they are not. The need for creating meticulously designed training programs will be gone – ( Some compliance programs may still be around.) Each member will bring their expertise to bear and share their knowledge and experiences. L&D will have to don the hat of community managers and become learners.

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Integrating Social Learning In The Workplace

Learnnovators

Social learning is much more a cultural outcome than a process or a program to be followed. Organizations are fairly adept at implementing training programs, providing LMS access and checking for completion. Nor can one be sent off to attend a class on social learning. The history of outsourcing to off-shoring to automation is now well known. Knowledge hoarding became one of the means of accumulating power and staying in control.

INTEGRATING SOCIAL LEARNING IN THE WORKPLACE

Learnnovators

Social learning is much more a cultural outcome than a process or a program to be followed. Organizations are fairly adept at implementing training programs, providing LMS access and checking for completion. Nor can one be sent off to attend a class on social learning. The history of outsourcing to off-shoring to automation is now well known. Knowledge hoarding became one of the means of accumulating power and staying in control.

A Conversation with Stephanie Nadda

Kapp Notes

Nadda: I would call out three main areas: Integrate the technologies that support learning management (LMS, LCMS, content authoring) and knowledge management (CMS, KMS, enterprise search, etc.). Our end goal should always be to support the user i.e., get the user to the information at the point of need regardless of whether that information is categorized as “knowledge” or “learning.”. The other day I caught up with Stephanie Nadda.

eLearning Conferences 2011

Tony Karrer

link] or [link] December 14, 2010 International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery Using Cloud and Distributed Computing Platforms , Sydney, Australia. link] December 14-16, 2010 E-Activities (e-Learning, e-Communities, e-Commerce, e-Management, e-Marketing, e-Governance and Tele-working) , 9 th , sponsored by World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS), University of Los Andes, Merida, Venezuela.

eLearning Conferences

Tony Karrer

JANUARY 2009 January 3-4, 2009 New Presidents Program , sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges, Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, Bonita Springs, Florida, USA. https://gem.glasgows.co.uk/ latwf/login_mailinglist.html January 12-14, 2009 Management World 2009, Singapore. link] eMarketingTechniques.com January 28-29, 2009 College and University Performance Conference , sponsored by the American Strategic Management Institute, Arlington, Virginia, USA.