Thank you talk all of the attendees to Intranet Now 2018 for your contribution to the event.
Here are my slides from the event, on the subject of how the integration of learning can make an intranet more useful.
I would value your questions and comments as I plan to continue studying and writing about the intersection between intranets and learning. I hope to find out what best practice looks like.
Here are a few links to people and articles that helped me prepare for this talk.
A New Paradigm For Corporate Training: Learning In The Flow of Work is an interesting description of the learning technology market, and how it’s changing.
The Learning Experience Platform (LXP) Market Expands covers the rise of tools that replace or supplement LMSes that better reflect the way people learn, and the needs they have for recording their learning.
Top Tools for Learning
Jane Hart’s annual list of the most used tools for learning. It might be a surprise to see YouTube and Powerpoint as the number ones in Personal and Professional Learning (PPL) and Workplace Learning (WPL) respectively, but perhaps it shouldn’t be.
Lee Bryant: Bridging the Digital Skills Gap in the Digital Workplace
In-depth article on digital skills in the workplace. Lee’s writing is recommended.
Also, from PostShift, Caroline Boyd wrote Designing Scalable Learning for the Digital Age
Elizabeth Marsh: The Digital Workplace Skills Framework
A Digital Europe needs Digital Skills
Best practices from around the EU
A short blog post with some good quotes, and a brief overview of the burgeoning workplace training industry.
The future of work is scalable learning
Interview with John Hagel of the Deloitte Center for the Edge
Personal Knowledge Mastery
Harold Jarche writes broadly on learning, and PKM is the technique he has developed. I have found some value in this, but others speak very highly of it.
Anders Pink: How to curate content for learning
Also look out for the e-book “Content curation for learning”
Louise Downe: 15 principles of good service design
Technically nothing to do with learning, but everything to do with making a service useful and usable.