301 The Top Tools for Digital Learning

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Wednesday, May 16

The majority of surveyed learning professionals recognize that learning happens at work through a much wider range of activities than just formally organized learning initiatives. In fact, they are seeing how non-training initiatives should be the first to be considered, such as efforts around removing obstacles, changing processes, improving communications as well as increasing access to digital tools for improving learning and performance.

In this session, drawing on recent data collected, you will take a deeper dive into the various tools, technologies and platforms that are enabling digital learning today. You will see how modern professionals are learning inside and outside of their work via greater access to content, social connection, events and experiences. Finally, you will gain insights into how to better enable individual self-development and improve management’s abilities to support team growth.

Jane Hart

Modern Workplace Learning Advisor

Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies

Jane Hart, a modern workplace learning advisor at Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, based in the United Kingdom, has a long track record of helping both businesses and education modernize their approaches to workplace learning. She is the founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, which offers free resources that focus on current and emerging trends, technologies, and tools, and which is now one of the world’s most-visited learning sites on the web. Jane also compiles the very popular annual Top 100 Tools for Learning List—now in its ninth year. Jane is the author of a number of books, including the Social Learning Handbook 2014 and Modern Workplace Learning: A Resource Guide for L&D. You can find out more about Jane at JaneHart.com.

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