A human resources management software is anything that combines Human Resources functions including payroll, employee recruitment, onboarding, performance analysis and training. Here are 9 free programs to try:
In this installment of our series on emerging digital learning technologies we are going to discuss social network based learning. There are many social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and there are now streaming platforms such as those offered by Adobe and Google. There is great potential to use social media in a structured, gamified model to deliver learning in a way that in many respects, trumps all other technologies.
The next big idea will happen at the most inopportune moment and the idea you share will no doubt get immediate resistance. This leads to arguments and potentially the need for pursuasion and selling. (which is time you could be using to take action on your idea).
Social learning provides a plethora of benefits. But there are also some drawbacks that elearning professionals should be aware of. Thankfully, there are ways to overcome the most common social learning pitfalls so that you can achieve the desired outcome. In this article, I’ll highlight the top 5 social learning pitfalls in online training, and I’ll share tips for avoiding them.
Many bookshop chains in the United States have a coffee bar where shoppers can read in comfort with a pastry and a skinny latté or caramel macchiato.
A recent British initiative is turning this idea around and bringing the learning to pre-existing coffee shops. Pop-up colleges are appearing in branches of Costa Coffee as soon as the store ends its regular business day.