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Quick Reads – here’s what to read in March

7. March 2018

While the Fashion Weeks are currently setting the standards for the new season, our Quick Reads in March also, are giving insights in what to expect in 2018. Find out how IT professionals benefit from social learning and how to keep up with the latest learning and development innovations.

Social Learning for IT Professionals: Trends and Best Practices

  • Published by: Training Industry
  • Time to read: approx. 5 minutes
  • In her article, Taryn Oesch discusses the importance of social learning for IT professionals and highlights current trends and problems. Using Open Source technologies for example, to make it easier to exchange information between colleagues, but can also pose the risk of inaccurate and inconsistent results. The editor gives tips and best practice examples to make communication as effective as possible. 

How evolving digital content technology can impact your e-learning strategy

  • Published by: Virtual College
  • Time to read: approx. 5 minutes
  • As a technology consultant, Cameron Glennon understands how important a suitable training strategy is in order to stay ahead in the e-learning industry. He explains that when it comes to distributing digital content, companies should be target-group specific and demand-oriented. According to Glennon, this requires the selection of the right communication method, the use of up-to-date content and a subsequent analysis of processes and results.

18 Top Learning Systems Trends to Watch in 2018

  • Published by: Talented Learning
  • Time to read: approx. 18 minutes
  • Talented Learning analyses the key LMS trends for 2018. According to CEO John Leh, learning technologies have never been as diverse and innovative as they are now. In his personal top 18, he shows which developments companies can benefit from. Learn, among other things, how learning experiences can be tailored to individual users through personalised solutions, on-demand resources and social tools or how specialists can expand their business by narrowing the focus.

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