How are people’s expectations and
learning habits changing in a digital age?
BETT Learning at Work Summit
22 January 2014
...
• What’s the problem?
• How to think about it…?
• eLearning needs new skills…
Agenda
Faced with a learning need,
what do we think of?
Or…?
Or…?
Source: Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies
1 Twitter
2 GoogleDocs/Drive
3 YouTube
4 Google Search
5 PowerPoint...
It’s not about substitution
Trying to solve an “training eLearning problem”
Courses
&
Classes
• Familiar
• “easy” to
produce
• Formal
• Linear
• Predi...
Clips
Trying to solve an “training eLearning problem”
• Open
• Distributed
• Discoverable
• Short
• Cheap(er)
• Felxible
•...
Unpack
formal
Package
short form
content
How are we trying to resolve this problem?
Clips
Courses
&
Classes
• Collections
...
How can we respond?
Organise. Don’t dictate.
Discovery and context – not only content
Context and content
Onward navigation
BBC Academy innovations projects
• Exploring and testing
• (Re)using existing content
• Present in new ‘wrappers’
– Mozill...
Digital learning provision needs new skills
• Start managing a product set
• Beyond course production/commissioning
• Mana...
Any questions?
• www.bbc.co.uk/academy
• myles.runham@bbc.co.uk
• Twitter: @mylesrun
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  1. 1. How are people’s expectations and learning habits changing in a digital age? BETT Learning at Work Summit 22 January 2014 Myles Runham Head of Online, BBC Academy
  2. 2. • What’s the problem? • How to think about it…? • eLearning needs new skills… Agenda
  3. 3. Faced with a learning need, what do we think of?
  4. 4. Or…?
  5. 5. Or…?
  6. 6. Source: Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies 1 Twitter 2 GoogleDocs/Drive 3 YouTube 4 Google Search 5 PowerPoint 6 Evernote 7 Dropbox 8 Wordpress 9 Facebook 10 Google+/Hangouts Top 10 tools for Learning 2013 Are web learning tools special?
  7. 7. It’s not about substitution
  8. 8. Trying to solve an “training eLearning problem” Courses & Classes • Familiar • “easy” to produce • Formal • Linear • Predictable • Trackable • Rich • Not discoverable • Expensive • Hard to maintain • Long • Locked away/internal • Not distributable or shareable • Exclusive
  9. 9. Clips Trying to solve an “training eLearning problem” • Open • Distributed • Discoverable • Short • Cheap(er) • Felxible • Standard • Shareable • Short • Interaction limited • Narrative limitations • Hard to treat a subject/theme in depth • Not “familiar” • Not (well) packaged • Accreditation measurement
  10. 10. Unpack formal Package short form content How are we trying to resolve this problem? Clips Courses & Classes • Collections • Playlists • Curation • Personalisation • eBooks • Apps • Open badges? • Tin Can API?
  11. 11. How can we respond?
  12. 12. Organise. Don’t dictate.
  13. 13. Discovery and context – not only content
  14. 14. Context and content
  15. 15. Onward navigation
  16. 16. BBC Academy innovations projects • Exploring and testing • (Re)using existing content • Present in new ‘wrappers’ – Mozilla Open Badges – Content Playlists – Social Tools
  17. 17. Digital learning provision needs new skills • Start managing a product set • Beyond course production/commissioning • Manage a roadmap • Digital product management skills – Design – Information Architecture – User experience – User Interface – Product Management – a lifecycle • Data and feedback • Content production - editorial sensibility over interaction design – tell a story
  18. 18. Any questions? • www.bbc.co.uk/academy • myles.runham@bbc.co.uk • Twitter: @mylesrun
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