New ways to consume and apply research

I’ve recently been given the opportunity to oversee The eLearning Guild’s research function, while continuing to oversee the Guild Academy, an opportunity I’m both grateful for and extremely excited about.

In the past, as an analyst and industry researcher, I’ve generally followed the hourglass structure for conducting research; however, I’ve been uninspired by the lowest part of the hourglass – the output for communicating findings, insights, and recommendations. In my experience, research is often presented to users via a lengthy PDF document. I’ve written many.

For years, I’ve kept a folder full of PDF files and just never seem to find the time to read them.  I will scan the abstract and the conclusions and tuck it away for future reference. Maybe that’s just me but I suspect there are others that do the same thing. We’ve become a scanning society with so much content at our fingertips.

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