Learning is making a comeback in the enterprise. Fueled by the empowered knowledge worker and an explosion of digital content, the need to learn and the ease of doing it is better than it ever was. Our Special Report on Learning in the Enterprise explores the latest trends and approaches to the new Social Learning 3.0.
Trends in Learning
There is a lot going on in the learning market and in 2013 it has as much to do with digital content as it does with Learning Software. In the Six Key Trends in Learning: The Social, Tablet and Content Explosion Research note, we identify the trends that are driving a rebirth in the interest in Learning. Clearly, with content going digital and video being easier to produce, the era of the self-directed learner is here.
Tablets as the Ultimate Learning Device
Tablet Computing is here to stay and there are multiple reasons that they are quickly becoming the learning device of choice. In the Research Note titled, Learning with Tablets: Five Reasons the Tablet Is the Ultimate Learning Device, we explore the shift to tablet enabled learning. It isn’t one thing that is driving this, it is the collision of technology, software and content that make for one of the biggest shifts in the history of how people learn.
Using Video to Capture Knowledge
Video is everywhere today. It has become the new way to learn, even if it is just a small nugget of knowledge. In our Toolkit: Using Video to Capture Workforce Knowledge, we provide guidance on how to use video to capture the knowledge of one of your enterprises’ most valuable assets: your people. Toolkits go deeper than a regular research note, they provide guidance on the steps to take and what to ask.
The rebound in learning is attributable to the fact that people are becoming self-empowered learners. Keep up to date with Aragon by following our regularly published research on Learning and Social HCM.
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