The push toward content curation

The skill sets of Learning & Development (L&D) are shifting. We’re seeing a rise in self-learning, with individuals searching for answers to meet needs in the workflow. We’re also seeing changes in learning needs faster than can be planned and prepared for (e.g. courses written for). And we’re seeing more ambiguous and unique situations. In short, the notion of creating and delivering learning to meet needs is becoming unfeasible. Is there an alternative?

David Kelly of the eLearning Guild has been the clearest voice suggesting that curation is a fundamental role for L&D. Instead of trying to create everything, with the increasing volume of information, the answer probably is out there.  The issue is making it available to performers.  The question then becomes one of how to find, process, and make resources available?

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