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As well as challenging the value of formal, structured learning, L&D is starting to think more about how informal learning, relationships and performance support can be enabled for the benefit of their learners and their organisation.
From community management and the trends impacting the workplace of tomorrow, a Total Learning approach harnesses these opportunities and makes for an exciting future for technology-enabled learning.
The session featured a lively panel discussion where four experts share their views on key learning topics:
●Managing learner expectations.
● How will the necessary shift from 'course to resource' change the role of L&D?
● The opportunity to facilitate informal learning for career and professional development.
● New technologies and emerging trends.
This presentation was delivered by Meg Green on Wednesday 28th January at the Learning Technologies 2015 exhibition.