That data analytics conversation

I confess to being a little anxious about organising this event (“Data analytics for learning – beyond learning data”), but thanks to an active, inquisitive and talkative group, I think it was a rewarding hour. My anxiety was rooted in not wanting to have a conversation about learning analytics, with a largely L&D audience, and… Continue reading That data analytics conversation

10L: Leonard Houx

About Leonard Leonard has been working in digital learning for over 12 years. He has written about digital learning for the Guardian, FT, E-Learning Age, Association for Learning Technology and Times Higher Education. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a silver medal winner for Best Distance Learning for his work… Continue reading 10L: Leonard Houx

10L: Cathy Hoy

About Cathy Cathy is the CLO at the Learning and Performance Institute.  Her background is in learning and development, with over 20 years working in, and heading up, corporate learning teams. Cathy has led the global learning strategy for numerous organisations across different industries and now oversees all the Learning products and services for the… Continue reading 10L: Cathy Hoy

Data analytics for learning – beyond learning data

On Wednesday 24th November at 11.00 am (UK) we’re hosting the latest in a series of open invitation conversations around themes of product management for learning and digital learning services. This time we are exploring data analytics. So often the Cinderella of learning, is it time for data analysis to join the party properly and… Continue reading Data analytics for learning – beyond learning data

10L: Carl Crisostomo

About Carl: “A few years ago, I had a “lightbulb” moment. I saw first-hand the impact that learning had on someone’s life. This sparked my curiosity in the science of learning and helped me re-evaluate my career. I started Carl Learns to help L&D teams, Instructional Designers and online course creators be more effective by… Continue reading 10L: Carl Crisostomo

Is L&D really changing or just innovating the ordinary?

This is a revisited post. Or, reused for a fresh context. I first wrote this as preparatory thinking exercise in advance of the Learning Technologies exhibition in 2020. I bumped into it again as part of a curated learning experience. (This, I think, is a compliment). As we conjure with covid, I think it has… Continue reading Is L&D really changing or just innovating the ordinary?

Does learning analytics feel good?

This autumn has been a season of data analytics work. I realise that we are not all fans of data analysis, but I have found this to be cause for some modest celebration. It is a largely absent topic of work in learning – rarely something we chose to do whilst recognising that we should.… Continue reading Does learning analytics feel good?