Look at me – digital change and personalisation

Be warned. Shameless self promotion follows.

A couple of weeks ago I joined a panel at the Learning Technologies exhibition. We talked as a panel about personalisation: what it is and isn’t, its value and the problems and possible solutions to creating a more personal experience. More about that soon.

After that session, I was interviewed by the smart and thoughtful Caroline Freeman on that topic and also about the state of learning and what skills and organisation principles we might need to make the most of it. For my part, I spent a little time describing how the BBC Academy is tackling digital changes, what approaches we are taking and how the organisation is responding.

Despite my personal discomfort in looking at and listening to myself, you might find some useful ideas therein. It went something like this:

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