Author: Karen Moloney As much as I love writing my blog, I also love reading others’. It’s been 10 years since Ryan Tracey started his blog, E-Learning Provocateur, and it’s always a great read. Ryan’s latest post explores the Foundations of Innovation in L&D and is inspired by his move to a new organisation and [...]
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Author: Karen Moloney Wow! I had no idea this would take off the way it has. There are L&D people all over the globe pushing themselves out of their comfort zones and getting their personal brands and work out there on video. And they are learning right in front of us; no polishing, no super [...]
As always, the Sydney Instructional Design and eLearning Meetup was bursting with great presenters sharing their stories and lots of valuable content with us. The only problem I ever come across with IDeL is the fact that it has to end! Big thanks to the organisers and presenters for their time and effort to put [...]
Whilst sifting through my LinkedIn feed I came across a post from Helen Blunden, sharing a post from a contact of hers, Bill Flannery. You can read the posts <<here>> In short, Bill and Helen were talking about using video to Work Out Loud and share your stories and experiences. They were also talking about how the need [...]
The Frontier of Online Learning in Australian Higher Education: How 3 universities are taking online learning to the next level to drive a personalised student experience In order to change the way we do things, we sometimes need to step out of our world, look at what's going on around us and see what we [...]
The professional development scene for L&D ANZ in 2018 is hotting up with 130 events listed for March and April so far! If you hadn't already heard, all events can now list for FREE on the calendar! If you organise PD events for the L&D industry in Australia and New Zealand, you can register for [...]
If you’ve visited our calendar of L&D professional development events you will have noticed there are quite a few Twitter chats listed. Someone asked me recently if they are there to “pad out” the calendar. I immediately understood that this person had never participated in a Twitter chat. The reason I know that? Because anyone [...]
Author: Emma Weber Learning transfer makes learning meaningful. But shouldn’t all learning be meaningful? It begs the question, why do we use the word learning transfer, and not just learning? After all, surely learning has failed if it is not transferred and creating results in the workplace. The application of learning is key. Without [...]
Author: Karen Moloney Here's the scoop on L&D industry educational events for July. For August events & beyond, please view the calendar on our website. Remember, you can keep up to date with event listings by following us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. If you're running an event for L&D professionals, whether that's a conference with hundreds or a webinar/meetup with [...]
Copyright: auremar / 123RF Stock Photo Author: Karen Moloney I love, love, love the internet. It has changed my life in so many ways. As a Gen X-er who played PacMan, had pen-pals, and thought that Swatch watches were the bomb, I think the idea that you can now ask your mobile phone [...]