Corporate Training Content: Directions in Curation

One of the mantras I’ve championed is "curation over creation." And I still believe it. It’s just that the task has changed. For the better, notably. In particular, there is not only backup support for turning content (created and curated) into learning paths, but there’s also support for curation. There are still issues to be addressed, however. It’s time to look at the directions in curation.

As background, in the context of learning, knowledge plays a particular role. By itself, it’s not enough to facilitate learning. Learning needs to be engaged in meaningful practice to develop new skills. However (and this is why lectures at conferences can be relevant), if you’re engaged in meaningful work and have a question or interest, the right content can facilitate learning. You’re already in practice, so the content serves as guidance, either just-in-time performance support or as ongoing development.

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