Triggering learning in your learning ecosystem

Conversations with guests on the Learning While Working podcast often leads to new insights. The recent podcast with Jeremy Roberts on ‘Removing the friction from your learning solutions’ was one of those podcasts. In the interview, Jeremy talks about using the Fogg Behaviour Change Model for designing learning solutions that are easier to use and more engaging. The Fogg model takes into account your audiences’ motivation, their abilities and using prompts to engage them. In this blog post, I’m going to explore using automated prompts and triggers for learning.

We have also just started reworking the interface for the xAPI workflow tool in Glasshouse. What this tool allows you to do is build basic rules in response to xAPI statements e.g. someone doesn’t do well on an assessment then their manager or trainer can be sent an email message about it. Jeremy’s podcast reminded me of the potential for this tool to trigger learning.

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