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    1. A question of contentJanuary 2013Krista Woodley, Senior Learning DesignerJames Cory-Wright, Head of Learning Designwww.brightwave.co.uk
    2. Every minute…• YouTube users upload 48 hours of video• Facebook users share 684,478 pieces of content• Instagram users share 3,600 new photos• Tumblr sees 27,778 new posts published
    3. The way it is• More data, more information than ever• User generated content growing (incl. video)• Easier than ever to publish and distribute• Technological innovation to market faster than ever• Work and life converging
    4. Workplace learning - a wish list• Foster a learning culture• Deliver sustainable training• Train with greater cost-efficiency• Integrate learning and work• How can content help achieve this?
    5. What do we mean by “content”? new content 20% 80% already existspeer-to-peeruser-generated
    6. It’s about getting the information you need when you need it!• Useful content exists outside and inside the organisation• Formal and informal learning is closer to acceptance in corporate training• Ditto using all the devices / channels
    7. Content only enables and enhances work performance when it’s:• Useful• Relevant• Trustworthy• Up to date
    8. But whodecides?
    9. Do we need to curatecontent?
    10. In an ideal world learning content becomes:• Peer-generated• Peer-regulated• Peer-perpetuated• But we’re only at the start of such a new way of workplace learning so content still needs to be curated
    11. Screen shot of tessello service which enablessharing of learning experiences and resources viaTin Can API.
    12. Screen shot of tessello service which enablessharing of learning experiences and resources viaTin Can API.
    13. It’s alive!
    14. How cancuration workin practice?
    15. Content only enables and enhances work performance when it’s:• Useful• Relevant• Trustworthy• Up to date
    16. Keeping it alive - keyrolesLearning Project Manager/Designer Subject ExpertCurator Client curator
    17. The virtuous spiral Integrating learning and work
    18. AnalyticsUser feedbackPerformance levelsBusiness measuresAnecdotal
    19. • Analyse• Consult• Refine• Push and promote
    20. Refine
    21. • Analyse• Consult• Refine• Push and promote
    22. Curation contributes to content becoming:• Peer-generated• Peer-regulated• Peer-perpetuated
    23. 5 key content considerations1. 80/20 approach using existing and new content2. Formal and informal learning using all the devices / channels3. Curator - Client curator relationship4. Curate content to achieve the virtuous spiral (continuous, fine-tuned, entwined with performance) • Analyse • Consult • Refine • Push and promote5. Clear vision and goals
    24. Thank youAre there any questions?www.brightwave.co.uk@brighttweet+44 (0)1273 827676
    25. Want to know more?Find out more and request a demo of tessello:www.brightwave.co.uk/tessello/tesselloDownload our latest resource:Next generation learning - Now, here and for uswww.brightwave.co.uk/nextgenlearning

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