Friday Fave: Deloitte Tech Trends 2019 – Beyond the digital frontier

The Deloitte Tech Trends report has been released – their 10th in this series.

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The future of work and learning

Transforming learning in the digital workplace This week I will be presenting and running a workshop at the LearnTech Asia 2015 conference in Singapore (3-5 November) alongside an impressive line-up of reputable learning professionals such as Laura Overton (Towards Maturity, UK http://towardsmaturity.org/), Charles Jennings (70:20:10, Internet Time Alliance, UK http://internettimealliance.com/), Steve Wheeler (Plymouth Uni, UK), Clark Quinn…

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The New Normal: the future of workplace learning

Emerging trends in 2015. In 2000 I started researching how social technologies were impacting both the way we approach learning and how we were using these technologies to learn. Since then, a lot has changed and not much has changed at all! A quick glance through the technology options provides a perspective of how enormous advances…

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Wearable Technologies: Shaping the future of learning

This article originally appeared in Training & Development magazine June 2014 Vol 41 No 3, published by the Australian Institute of Training and Development.

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Emerging Technologies for Learning – Vol 3

Becta – the UK Government’s lead agency for ICT in education – has released their latest edition in the Emerging Technologies for Learning series (Volume 3). Not surprisingly, they have again selected a diverse range of authors and issues. (If you haven’t read Vol 1 or 2 – make sure you do!) In the Foreword…

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Social Media – edition 3

Trevor Cook & Lee Hopkins have just released their 3rd Social Media: or "how we stopped worrying and learnt to love communication".This is a really valuable introduction to social media in the organisational context – with an Australian perspective.I have used the previous editions with small/micro business owners – they love it – it manages…

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2 dot zero versus 2 point zero??

So what do you say?Web "2 dot zero"? Web " 2 point zero"?Web "2 dot o"?Web " 2 point o"?or what about:"2 point naught"? Is the "point zero" group referring to decimal points? And surely is this the more correct terminology as it’s referring to release versions.. right? And are the dot zero/o mob coming…

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