If the work that humans do is complex and focused on skills that are harder to automate, for example interacting with people, creative and design thinking, then L&D needs to be more focused on developing skills in:
This episode is for learning professionals who are ready to dive deeper into their learning data. Robin speaks with Stewart Rogers from Lambda Solutions about framing your learning analytics with visual dashboards.
The growth of video eLearning keeps on accelerating. Using video in your learning experiences provides a more immersive experience and gives your learners more context than is possible with just text and images. Video is also becoming easier, faster and cheaper to produce and edit, and bandwidth has increased.
As learners, do we have our own digital body language and can this be tracked and measured for learning outcomes? Learning strategist Lori Niles-Hofmann talks on the podcast in a discussion about her approach to data driven learning design, which begins with a few very simple steps.
In this episode, Sprout Labs digital producer and former journalist Tracey Grady grabs the mic and joins Robin in a discussion about audiences, journalism in the digital age, and content that is 'learner-worthy'—did Robin just coin a new phrase?
As I've been doing the series of podcast interviews on xAPI I've decided that it has some branding issues. xAPI has a simple naming problemEvery time I go to write xAPI, I think, should it be 'ExperienceAPI' (which is technically correct) or 'xAPI'? Should I write 'xAPI (aka Tin Can...
We continue our focus on content curation, this time with Jeevan Joshi from LearnD. An avid curator of podcast content, Jeevan takes us through his pro tips for content curation and explains how well-curated content can help with retention of learning.
Marketing is often focused on delivering messages that evoke particular emotions. Can learning campaigns use a similar approach? Mike Taylor from Mindset Digital talks about the lessons that learning can adopt from marketing.