Jane Hart

Everyday Workplace Learning: A Quick Guide (Slideset)

Jane Hart

Last week, I was the Opening Keynote speaker at the Elearning Guild’s Online Forum: Collaborative, Social and Informal Learning: Where do Learning Professionals Fit In.

4 Exciting Recruiting Trends In 2018 [Infographic]

Jane Hart

Just like today’s consumers, candidates want immediate, real-time updates and access to information about their job applications. Candidates are open to communicating using alternative methods if that means speeding up the job search process and having access to more information.

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Informal Learning Research Report

Jane Hart

Inthis new E-Learning Guild Survey Research Report,Informal Learning Takes Off, Iexamine the results of a survey about informal learning in the workplace. The main informal learning activities […].

The Modern Workplace Learning Challenge

Jane Hart

You need to shape and support modern workplace learning – informal, social, beyond the course and LMS. Challenge Road Sign with dramatic clouds and sky. THE PUBLIC CHALLENGE RUNS 5 SEPTEMBER – 25 NOVEMBER. (or or email Jane.Hart@C4LPT.co.uk

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Guidebook to the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015 is ready

Jane Hart

Completely revised and updated, the 2015 GUIDEBOOK will provide you with even more information about each of the tools on the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015 list – to help you make use of them for personal learning as well as for your professional practice.

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Social Learning: August Pick of the Posts

Jane Hart

They’ll give out wrong information. The focus of my August Pick of the Posts is social learning, and these posts all include some great graphics too. In It’s Not About “Doing” Social Jane Bozarth (2 August) shows how Pokemon Go gets it right.

You can’t manage informal learning – only use of informal media

Jane Hart

Everyday Workplace Learning: A quick primer

Jane Hart

It’s about continuously acquiring small pieces of information or skills (often unconsciously) that over time build up into a large body […].

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The Future of Work and Learning 2: Chatbots

Jane Hart

A bot, or as it is more commonly known, a chatbot, is a piece of software that’s designed to simulate a conversation with a (human) user in the interest of giving you information that you want or enable you to complete a transaction ( source ).

Guidebook to the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015 is ready

Jane Hart

Completely revised and updated, the 2015 GUIDEBOOK will provide you with even more information about each of the tools on the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015 list – to help you make use of them for personal learning as well as for your professional practice. Each tool page includes basic information (website, cost, availability […].

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How many hours do you spend learning a week?

Jane Hart

But how much time would you say you spend learning – in planned ways – every week – in any way or format, formal or informal?

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The key to informal learning is autonomy

Jane Hart

He writes: “I thought I had made a sound business case for investing more in informal learning, but few organizations changed their ways. They acted as if the natural way of informal learning didn’t exist. With informal learning, it is you, the individual, who are in control.

The Evolution of Workplace Learning in a SlideShare Timeline

Jane Hart

Jane talking about informal learning at the e-Learning Innovations Symposium held at George Mason University, Washington in June 2012. I am often asked about the keynotes, presentations and workshops I give at different events around the world – either in person or online.

20 ways to prepare yourself for modern workplace learning

Jane Hart

Click here for more information. You have developed a range of filters to help you avoid information overload from the multitude of sources you use, in order to isolate the “gems” 11. Listed below (in the right hand column) are 20 things that you, as a learning professional, will need to have done PERSONALLY in order to be adequately prepared to support new approaches to workplace learning in your organisation PROFESSIONALLY (as shown on the right-hand side).

The Modern L&D Dept requires other skills than instructional design

Jane Hart

We learn in many different ways – from information, from working with our teams as well as through our own experiences in doing our jobs. Instructional Design is for designing instruction. But in the workplace we don’t just learn from instruction, i.e. by being taught in classroom training or online courses. In fact most of the […]. Social learning

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Informal Learning in the Workplace Survey

Jane Hart

I am working with the E-Learning Guild on a research project about the current state of informal learning in the workplace. What types of informal learning are going on inside your organization? Please share your insight by completing the Informal Learning in the Workplace survey. The results of this survey will be analyzed and shared [.]. Social learning

New Book: Learning in the Modern Workplace 2017

Jane Hart

for further information. Support informal mentoring. Now available to purchase. Traditionally, the primary focus of a Learning & Development (L&D) Department has been on training people to do their jobs – either in the classroom or online – and making sure they do it.

2014 Guidebook to the Top 100 Tools for Learning

Jane Hart

Completely revised and updated, the 2014 GUIDEBOOK provides you with even more information about each of the tools on the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 list – to help you make use of them for personal learning as well as for your professional practice. It includes basic information (website, cost, availability as well as […].

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Emerging new roles for learning and performance professionals

Jane Hart

For me, the biggest shift is not going to be about moving from creating instructional, formal courses to producing informational (or performance support) resources. Over the last week or so I have been posting about how (I think) the workplace learning landscape is changing.

Instructional design: from “packaging” to “scaffolding”

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And although there is no teacher present, it is essentially a “sage on the stage”, information-dumping activity.

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Supporting self-managed team learning in the organisation

Jane Hart

This is a post in a series that I am writing about how the future role of L&D is moving from “packaging learning” to “scaffolding learning”.

Radically rethinking the role of L&D

Jane Hart

This shift has created the need for a much broader definition of what it means to be a learning professionals” This new full-stack L&D function includes a range of professionals, not only those with “classic” degrees in teaching or instructional design but also people with knowledge of data science, neuroscience, marketing, user interface and user experience design, application development, information design, and content development.

The Web is 25 years old today – so how has it changed the way we learn?

Jane Hart

25 years ago today, on 12 March 1989, the British scientist Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal to develop a distributed information system for CERN, and in doing so lay down the foundation for what was to become the World Wide Web. In the ensuing 25 years there can be few people whose lives haven’t been [.]. Social learning

My pick of the best posts of June 2016

Jane Hart

” 4 – Indeed, more and more professions are recognising the importance of informal and social learning, here it is nursing: Nurses should learn more ‘informally on the ward’ Professor Dewing sums it up. “It

Are you supporting new fashioned learning in the workplace?

Jane Hart

But let’s be clear, even when newer social and informal approaches are added to this old model that let you learn things a little differently, if your learning experience has in any way been organized (and/or managed) by someone else , this is still “old fashioned” learning.

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My pick of the best of May 2016

Jane Hart

I have run informal group sessions inside my organisation, and a pre-Conference ‘learning lounge’ at the 2016 Australian Institute of Training and Development Conference. Here are my 5 favourite posts and articles from May 2016 taken from those I have shared on Twitter last month.

From Learning Management to Personal Knowledge Management

Jane Hart

All of which has now become possible due to the availability of an ever-increasing number of instructional and informational resources as well as social tools, together with easy access to huge numbers of people in social networks and online communities.

What would happen if there were no L&D department?

Jane Hart

Bring on more informal and experiential learning!” Managers would manage and provide workers with the skills, information, knowledge and environment they need in order to succeed. This was the question I asked last week on Twitter: What would happen if there were no Training/L&D department? Your thoughts for an article I am writing. Quotes will be cited. Jane Hart (@C4LPT) March 30, 2016.

Guided Social Learning Experience Design (Online Workshop)

Jane Hart

Online workshop runs 18 August – 12 September Most e-learning design is about gathering a comprehensive set of material, storyboarding the content, developing screens of information and adding in interactivity and quizzes to test understanding.

“Learning the new” vs “Learning the old”

Jane Hart

In the business world, for many jobs, this means it is not just about applying the old learning to our work, but keeping up to date with the new so that it informs what we do.

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Towards the Connected L&D Department

Jane Hart

But this blue area is where the “real” learning takes place in the workplace – in the workflow informally and socially.

Making the most of Informal Learning

Jane Hart

Tomorrow I am going to be chairing an all-day event in Bristol for the eLearning Network, called Making the most of Informal Learning. Here’s a brief overview of the event: “We know how important informal learning is in the workplace, but how do we encourage it? Tweet.

From “learning technologies” to “social technologies”

Jane Hart

We also know that this informal, social learning accounts for 80% or more of how people learn in the workplace, so it is not something to be dismissed as irrelevant or trivial.

Organising Modern Learning & Networking Events

Jane Hart

for more information. Next public social online workshop runs: 1 – 26 August 2016.

Guided Social Learning (Online Workshop)

Jane Hart

More information at Modern Workplace Learning This 5-week online workshop looks at how to scaffold a framework for social learning to take place – either in the classroom or online. It focuses on creating performance-oriented activities rather than linear content supporting the activities with relevant content encouraging participants to become self-governing guiding individuals’ learning journeys […]. Social learning

The difference between social learning and social collaboration

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improved communication through faster access to information. First published 25 March 2015. In my framework of Modern Workplace Learning (see diagram on right) I use the term s ocial collaboration to label an important new element of work of the modern-day L&D department. I deliberately chose not to label it s ocial learning. So what is the difference – or rather connection – between these two terms?

From organizing and managing learning to supporting self-organized and self-managed learning

Jane Hart

For example, training courses are artifacts of a time when information was scarce and connections were few. It is glaringly obvious in this time of ubiquitous connectivity and pervasive proximity that we can get pretty well any information we need whenever we want it.

Social Tools in the Workplace: a Microsoft survey

Jane Hart

Social Tools in the Workplace is a recent Microsoft survey that reveals how information workers around the world view social tools. You can see the results in overview in this infographic below or read the survey results as a PDF.â?¦ ¦ [.]. Social learning

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Designing Learning Campaigns and Learning Challenges

Jane Hart

for more information. Next public online workshop runs: 4 – 29 JULY 2016. Many believe that traditional classroom training as well as “click-next” e-learning courses are both ineffective and unappealing. Learning Campaigns and Learning Challenges are two new approaches to training that take place over an extended period of time and involve a mix of resources and/or real-world activities.

5 Stages of Workplace Learning (Revisited)

Jane Hart

Back in May 2010 I also wrote: ” In my opinion most organisations are in Stage 3, but as the L&D conversation circles around the concepts of social and informal learning, I’m getting the impression that many … Read the rest.