Archive for L&D Capability

MOOC + Professional Development for L&D by LearningCafe

Join the MOOC+ Study Group that provides an augmented learning experience to Organisational Learning and Capability Professionals. MOOC + is lead by L&D professionals and practitioners from various organisations who in addition to completing the Learning To Teach [...]

xAPI/TinCan@work – A collaborative exploration by Asiapac organisations

TinCan/xAPI the new learning standards that make 70:20:10/ Performance Support/ Personal Learning Records feasible. It is the successor of SCORM 2004/1.2 but promises so much more. TinCan or more correctly xAPI (Experience API) has been announced [...]

Fortitude – the mix of intuition, courage and boldness

When asked to develop a learning program we are often provided, initially at least, with three pieces of information. The context is usually provided and you know the typical scenarios . . . “we need to [...]

Walk a mile in my shoes and Learning Councils

Have you heard the song “Walk a Mile in My Shoes”? It was a powerful song of the ’60s written by Joe South and covered by none other than Elvis Presley. The song was about prejudice, [...]

Do you have a Personal Development Plan?

Sat in a meeting room somewhere in Manchester my quarterly review was drawing to a close. It had been a good conversation, a chance to reflect on the last few months, the trials and tribulations of [...]

True Pioneer: William C Norris

With all the discussion we have about learning technologies, social networking and relevance to learning it’s worth spending a few minutes to reflect on, and be humbled by, the work of a man who, at the [...]