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6 end of year links

Editor's note: Here are some links to see out the year . . .

Impact measurement – time to measure what matters

How are the majority of L&D initiatives evaluated? This is a burning question for learning professionals and it’s a topic that is explored in the […]

“L&D will never be the same again”

Research in to the impact of Covid-19 on corporate learning and development has revealed that nearly 70% of learning and development professionals think corporate learning […]

Research reveals impact of Covid-19 on working practices and remote working

A recent piece of research into the impact of remote working on employees shows that how work is done has changed rapidly as a result […]

Covid-19: Resources from the big consultancies

Each week we publish separate links and bundle them together in our Friday Filter newsletter. This week we have tried a different approach and have […]

Covid-19: useful resources for L&D

We are curating resources to help learning professionals manage their response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is a free, open and editable document so anyone […]

Speaker reflections from the Learning Technologies barcamp on inclusion

Our ninth barcamp event was held on 12 February 2020. As with previous events it was held at the end of day one of the […]

Friday Filter: take notes(s)

Our newsletter for the 31/1/20. Note-taking: A Research Roundup Thanks to John Curran for sharing this link to a fantastic piece on why note-taking in […]

Some thoughts on inclusion ahead of our Learning Technologies Barcamp 2020

On 12 February we will be running our Learning Technologies barcamp event. It takes place at the end of the first day of the Learning […]

Friday Filter: Trust, why projects succeed and working smarter

Our email newsletter for the 24/1/20. One headline from Davos this week reads, “How do we upskill a billion people by 2030?” This in the […]

“L&D can’t hold the responsibility for the expectations around learning” – a review of the Charity Learning Consortium conference 2019

Editor's note: Our review of the Charity learning Consortium Conference, held in London on 14 November 2019.

Book review: Learning Transfer at Work: How to Ensure Training >> Performance

Jack Lockhart reviews the latest book from Paul Matthews, CEO and founder, People Alchemy. There’s a part of me that hopes we won’t need this […]

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