The “Post E-Learning Era” – what does that mean?
Well, it doesn’t mean when e-learning no longer exists. It means the time when L&D and managers no longer think they need to turn everything that moves into e-learning – classroom training, presentations, documents, etc. It means the time when e-learning is seen as just one possible way to solve a learning or performance problem – not the only way.
And when this happens it will be the time when e-learning becomes valued by workers, not seen as something to be endured or even avoided at all costs. It will also be the time when all the other ways we learn in the workplace are recognised and valued.
This was the theme of the keynote I delivered at Learntec in Karlsruhe, Germany today – and the first of a number of keynotes I am giving and workshops that I am running over the next few weeks, mostly in the US. The slideset is embedded below. You can find references I used and cited HERE. I’ll be posting more on this very soon.
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