Curation: Content and tools to support continuous learning.

“Consumers continue to spend more time on social networks than on any other category of sites – roughly 20 percent of their total time online via personal computer (PC), and 30 percent of total time online via mobile.” – Nielsen

In this free guide Brightwave explores the changing nature of learning content and how we interact with it, including a review of five curation tools available to support corporate learning.

About this practical guide

Curation in digital learning promises to be a really effective way of enabling training and performance in the workplace to be sustainable and more cost-effective than current approaches. It taps into the unprecedented amount of content that already exists, is published, shared and consumed, presenting organisations with a unique opportunity to foster a learning culture that integrates learning and work. How to achieve this may require a shift in thinking…

This guide covers:

  • The changing nature of learning content
  • How to achieve a dynamic, work-relevant learning experience
  • Peer generated content
  • Mosaics of learning
  • Forming curation teams and the role of a curator
  • Achieving a virtuous spiral
  • Five curation tools available to support corporate learning

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