Have you ever been to a conference where the presenter asks the audience, “Who’s implemented a mobile learning strategy?”, and only 2 or 3 people raise their hand?
Forgive me: it’s a rhetorical question. I know you have. Because everyone has.
Of course the question might not revolve around mobile learning, but rather gamification, or enterprise social networking, or flipped classrooms, or whatever the hot topic may be.
While a lot of talk is bandied around about e-learning, it’s evident that relatively few of us are actually doing it.
To help bridge the gap, I was honoured to moderate a panel session at last month’s AITD National Conference. I was even more honoured to share the stage with Helen Blunden, Matthew Guyan, Anne Bartlett-Bragg and Simon Crook.
The session was entitled E-Learning: Transforming Talk into Action, and the panellists were hand-picked from multiple sectors to…
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