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10 Trends for Workplace Learning (from the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015)


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This is the slideset I ran for the webinar for the L&S Group on 1 October 2015/

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10 Trends for Workplace Learning (from the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015)

  1. 10  Trends  for  Workplace  Learning   (from  the  Top  100  Tools  for  Learning  2015)   Jane  Hart  
  2. A  learning  tool  is     “any  so@ware  or  online  tool  or   service  that  can  be  used     for  your  own  personal  learning     or  for  teaching  or  training”  
  3. Voter  Demographics   18%  Primary/secondary  teachers   14%  University/college  teachers   2%  Adult  educaOon   3%  EducaOonal  consultants     7%  Trainers  &  instructors   5%  Online  learning  facilitators   1%  Community  managers     9%  InstrucOonal  designers   15%  E-­‐Learning  developers     6%  L&D  Managers   1%  L&D  Administrators   9%  Workplace  learning  consultants     4%  Vendors   6%  Other   From  63  countries:  Andorra,  ArgenOna,   Australia,  Austria,  Bangladesh,  Belgium,   Brazil,  Brunel,  Canada,  Chile,  China,   Colombia,  Costa  Rica,  CroaOa,  Czech   Republic,  Denmark,  Dominican  Republic,   Finland,  France,  Germany,  Greece,   Grenada,  Hungary,  India,  Indonesia,   Israel,  Italy,  Kazakhstan,  Kenya,  Korea,   Lithuania,  Malawi,  Malaysia,  MauriOus,   Mexico,  Netherlands,  Norway,  New   Zealand,  Peru,  Philippines,  Poland,   Portugal,  Qatar,  Romania,  Russia,  Saudi   Arabia,  Serbia,  Singapore,  Slovenia,   South  Africa,  Spain,  Sweden,   Switzerland,  Thailand,  Tunisia,  Turkey,   UAE,  UK,  Ukraine,  USA,  Venezuala,   Vietnam  
  4. 10   Trends  
  5. Although  a  number  of  e-­‐learning   authoring  tools  appear  on  the  list  that   support  the  producOon  of  click-­‐next  page-­‐ turning  courses  …     new  tools  are  being  used  to  create    richer,  more  visual  content.   (1)  E-­‐Learning  content  is  becoming  more  appealing   From  tools  to  create   simple  and  effecOve     infographics  …  
  6. ..  to  animated   explainers  that     build  content       along  a  Omeline  
  7. InteracOve  video  content  for  PowerPoint  (voice,  video,  digital  ink)    is  now  available  as  a  free  Microso@  plugin  …     “My  ‘new  kid  on  the  block’  this   year.  Why  would  you  invest  in   expensive  and  complicated   authoring  tools  if  you  just  want   to  ‘convert  your  PowerPoint  to   e-­‐learning’  (even  if  that’s  not   always  a  good  idea)?”     Jan  Van  Belle  
  8. With  Microso@  Sway  you  can  now  embed  a  variety  of  different   resources  to  create  more  engaging  content.  
  9. (2)  2015  is  the  Year  of  Video!   has  a  very  strong  2nd  posiOon  on  the  2015  list  
  10. Tools  to  create  video-­‐based  lessons   are  very  popular  
  11. Video  ediOng  tools  are  back  on  the  list   in  2015  
  12. (3)  There  is  an  emerging  shiB  from  Course  Management    to  Course  Networking   Within  educaOon,  there  is  amove  from  tradiOonal  course  management  systems      to  21st  century  learning  plakorms    
  13. Whilst  in  the  workplace,  there  is  the  beginnings  of  a  shi@     out  of  the  LMS    towards  hosOng  courses  within   enterprise  social  plakorms.    
  14. (4)  Classroom  interacJon  tools  are  on  the  rise   Teaching  and  training  is  moving  from  a  broadcast     to  a  parOcipaOve  experience  
  15. QUESTION  3     How  are  you  offering  a  more  social  (networking   and  parOcipaOve)  environment  for  your  formal   learning  iniOaOves  -­‐  either  online  or  in  the   training  room?    
  16. (5)  MOOC  plaPorms  now  being  used     as  a  part  of  a  corporate  training  offering   They  are  not  just  a  source  of    self-­‐organised  professional   learning  but  are  genng  the  seal   of  approval  from    training  departments   who  are  recommending  online   courses  to  their  people  
  17. (6)  Professional  networking  sJll  leads  the  way   “I  have  learned  more  in  my   professional  life  through  TwiKer   in  the  past  six-­‐and-­‐a-­‐half  years   than  in  the  previous  30  years.     For  me  TwiKer  gives  access  to   smart  people  who  provide  an   enormous  wealth  of  informaOon   and  insight  through  their   commentary  and  links  to   research,  arOcles  and  other   resources.”  Charles  Jennings   Having  a    Personal  or  Professional  Learning  Network  (PLN)  is  now  seen  as    essenOal  aspect  of  learning  in  today’s  world  
  18. (7)  Ad  hoc  problem  solving  remains  vital     People  conOnue  to  do  their  own  thing  –  it  is  easier  and  quicker   and  they  find  what  they  want  in  the  format  that  suits  them  
  19. (8)  Sharing  is  the  new  saving!   everything  is  shareable  -­‐     whether  it  be  personal  notebooks    …     blog  and  web  feeds  that     you  subscribe  to  ..   as  well  as  stuff  you   save  to  read  later.  
  20. PosOng  or  pinning  images  has  become  very  popular  –       far  more  so  than  tradiOonal  social  bookmarking.  
  21. Curated  content  is  also   shareable  –     it’s  not  just  for  you!   “I  curate  five  topics  on   Scoopit.  You  really  learn   something  when  you  share   it  with  someone  else.”      Jay  Cross  
  22. (9)  ConnecJng  &  CollaboraJng  are  king   Real-­‐Ome  messaging  apps   have  risen  up  the  list   “Slack  is  a  great  way   to  stay  connected   and  work  in  small   groups  and  I  am  a   member  of  two   acOve  Slack   communiOes”   Harold  Jarche  
  23. (10)  The  iPad  is  the  device  of  the  Year  
  24. What  does   this  all  mean  for   workplace  learning?  
  25. The  MWL  Book     is  available  as  a  paperback  or  PDF       Part  1:  IntroducJon     •  Factors  influencing  need  for  change   •  What  MWL  means     Part  2:  Provide  modern  training   Part  3:  Promote  everyday  learning     Online  Resource  Site    
  26. CONTACT  JANE     e:   t:       l:     f:     g: