● There are a lot of learning
● Blended learning is one of them,
which is the mix of class room
learning, literature learning and
● Enterprise Social Media Learning is
the platform of blended learning,
utilizing the social media nature.
“Every year, companies spend billions of dollars on their enterprise learning
programs—more than $171 billion in the United States alone, according to a 2011
report from the American Society for Training & Development. Are they getting
their money’s worth?
Not according to the recent Accenture Skills Gap Study, which surveyed more
than 1,000 employed and unemployed US workers: Only 21 percent of
respondents reported developing new skills in the past five years through formal
training programs offered by their companies.
This failure to deliver relevant skills in a timely and consistent manner is being felt
on both an individual and corporate level.”
Traditional is failing...
“Education technology, or edtech, had an impressive fourth quarter in
terms of venture capital investments, according to new KPMG/CB Insights data.
There were just over $1 billion in investments in Q4 2015, up 300 percent over the
$295 million in investments seen in Q3 2015, and significantly higher than the
$474 million raised in Q2, and $694 million raised in Q1,
according to the KPMG and CB Insights Q4 Venture Pulse study.
So does this mean the beginning of the edtech boom?”
● Social Media platform
Free social sign up
● Connecting many to many
(experts and communities)
● Timeline style
● Optional subscriber based
premium virtual class room
● Free and premium library
● Digital literatures
● Chat and vidconf
How libraries should get updated
● Digital materials
● Collaborative actions
● Crowd. Get closer to reader.
● Mobile is not a channel...it should be the 'heart'
● Lets discuss 'bout it!