Using Curation to Make Sense of Content Overload

 

Today’s remote workforce is learning in new ways, and it’s deeply impacting the way Learning and Development professionals need to approach virtual training. Not only do we need to design effective traditional learning programs, but we also need to provide a blended structure to the informal learning taking place on a daily basis in our organizations.

Recently, Sarah Danzl, Director of Enterprise Marketing and Communications at Degreed, provided a timely recommendation for managing this changing landscape. In her expert opinion, when done correctly, content curation can create this much-needed support to informal learning opportunities.

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