This is an excerpt from our recently released paper, New Value Creation with Four L&D Business Models. The paper, which is authored by Jos Arets, co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute, explores why the Institute believes that traditional models of L&D are failing and how to achieve new successes by re-defining L&D business models to prove L&D business value.
One of the most concerning misconceptions about social learning is that it can only be successfully applied in certain industries. The nature of social learning as a practice means that this simply isn’t true – everyone can participate in social learning and, in fact, probably already has benefitted from social learning activities. Read on to learn more!
Implementing and measuring social learning within an organization can be tough in practice. In addition to ensuring people, processes, and technology align in order to facilitate social learning, there’s the challenge of actually measuring the outcomes of social approaches – measurements that can help us prove the value of social learning approaches, like the 70:20:10 methodology.
While formal learning activities (like webinars and lectures) still have a place in your eLearning strategy, oftentimes some of the most valuable and effective learning comes from discussion and interaction with peers. This is where social learning becomes a necessary part of any corporate learning initiative – but where should you start?
We were recently asked to provide more information about how to introduce an effective social learning strategy at your organization. Our Director of Sales, Corey Marcel, provided some practical tips based on our customers’ success with social learning. Watch our video now!
Once upon a time, social learning value was not well understood and there was a very limited, narrow definition of how learning was executed, and how learners were taught. In this old model, instructors kept learning content heavily guarded, and knowledge was delivered in a top-down “push” manner, with learners at the receiving end of instructor-led, classroom-based training.
ELearning allows the online delivery of training with real time tracking of training results, optimizing time and reducing costs associated with traditional learning methods.
WHAT IS AN LMS?
An LMS (learning management system or also E-Learning platform ) is a learning software designed to deliver, track and certify online courses and training.
SCORM, AICC & xAPI
SCORM and AICC are international standard for tracking E-Learning activities. xAPI (formerly Tin Can API) is the Learning Objects new standard. The Docebo Learning Management System supports both of these standards.