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AI and the modern learner, with Paul Healy

Paul Healy starts this interview by introducing Learning Pool and how they came to chatbots as an approach when they started to think about what a modern learner needs.

Using chatbots to increase learning transfer, with Emma Weber

Emma Weber is an expert in learning transfer. This is actually the second great conversation with Emma on the Learning While Working podcast; the first conversation focused on the 70:20:10 learning model and learning transfer. This interview starts with Emma giving an overview of her approach to learning transfer.

Performance support and chatbots, with Jamie Good

Jamie Good is one of the people who have pioneered using chatbots in L&D. In this interview we explore how chat can be used in L&D.

Chatbots for behaviour change in L&D, with Vincent Han

This interview with Vincent Han is the start of a section of this series that focuses on chatbots and L&D. When I started to record this podcast series I didn’t expect so many of the interviews would be focused on chatbots.

Learning analytics and machine learning in higher education with Mike Sharkey

The higher education sector has been using machine learning for some time, mostly to predict if students are at risk of dropping out of a program.

Automating learning and measuring social learning, with Ben Betts

Ben Betts from HT2 Labs is back on the podcast in this interview. Ben is passionate about using social learning to build high-impact learning experiences. HT2 Labs are also the people behind Learning Locker, which is an open source learning record store for xAPI data.

What is microlearning?

A guide to what is microlearning.

Recommendation engines for learning, with Marc Zao-Sanders

For this interview I spoke with Marc Zao-Sanders, CEO of Filtered, a platform that makes learning recommendations. In our daily life, we see recommendation engines in action all around us, such as Spotify and Netflix. Recommendation engines and learning are a natural fit.

The future of learning is not content curation

Content curation is important to the future of learning, however it's the not most important activity that L&D should be focused on.

The potential of using AI in L&D, with Christopher Brinton

This interview with Christopher Brinton from Zoomi is a great way to start this series on artificial intelligence and learning and development. The work that Zoomi is doing now is leading the application of AI in L&D.