What does the Top Tools for Learning 2018 list tell us about the future direction of L&D?

Jane Hart, Oct 03, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I referenced Jane Hart's list of top e-learning tools yesterday and noted how few of the top results were actually e-learning tools. This post from Hart looks at her own views on what the list means. "it requires a very different (organisational) learning mindset; it’s not designing, delivering and managing stuff for people, but enabling and supporting people to do much more for themselves – in the ways that best suit them. And secondly, the L&D people who do get involved with this new work will need to be proficient modern professional learners themselves; because it’s much more about “do as I do, not do as I say”! "

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