One of the biggest challenges of our times is the explosion in the quantity and immediacy of the information available through the internet.
This problem of plenty, challenges Learning professionals to
- use this freely available information to meet the organisational Learning requirements
- manage the information and cognitive overload at the organisational and personal level for learners
- extract and package information in a manner that is relevant, timely and concise
In this experiential workshop you will gain knowledge and build skills on Content Curation and Dissemination. Participants will be guided to use selected web-based applications to search, filter, evaluate and synthesise and manage information.
- Content curation and dissemination in Organisations
- Content curation strategy
- Content curation tools
- Creating a Content Curation Guide
At the end of the workshop, participants will:
- Be able to describe the business need for content curation and dissemination in organisations.
- Develop an appropriate and effective content curation strategy.
- Develop skills to curate content effectively.
- Select and use appropriate curation tools effectively.
- Develop a plan of action to meet current and future requirements and vision for using curated content in Learning solutions.
- Create and follow a Personal Development Plan to increase proficiency in content curation and dissemination.
- Live projects or case studies form the backbone of our workshop.
- Extensive “hands-on” use of technology platforms.
- Blended design with pre and post-classroom virtual sessions to reinforce learning
- Sophisticated team based online simulation
- Online resources
- Duration – 1 day F2F + 1 hr virtual session
Managers and senior professionals from
- Learning and Development
- Organisational Development, People and Culture
- Knowledge Management
- Sydney – 24th August
- Melbourne – TBC
What to Get
Jeevan Joshi—Founder LearningCafe & Director KnowledgeWorking. Jeevan over 18 years of experience in the management of the learning and HR functions. He has combined a strategic and “hands on” approach to assist organisations design and transform the learning and HR functions through new business and delivery models. His expertise is fuelled by his passion for learning, anticipation of technology trends, and a focus on costs effective solutions. Jeevan has an MBA in HR from XLRI, Masters in Biotechnology and is a Non-Executive Director at Independent Living Centre (NSW). He was entrepreneurial experience and worked in various roles as a consultant or manager for PWC, Deloitte, Boots Pharm, Westpac, St George Bank, Royal Australian College of Physicians.