Still howling about product management for L&D
Why is product management not more prevalent in L&D? Is it because the profession does not want to change?
Digital Learning Standards Forum: Meeting #2 update
This is a brief summary of what was a rich and constructive meeting. It was our second working session as a Forum, matching the first in energy, constructive debate and available expertise. There were many new faces with fresh contributions which complemented and built on our first session and the work in between. This bodes […]
ChatGPT makes me feel predictable and ordinary. Maybe that’s the point?
My fingers hesitate over the keyboard in drafting this. Does the world need another lukewarm take on Chat GPT? Obviously not. And yet…here I am…adding to the well of, erm, wisdom. There is something that made me wonder about the uncanny feeling of reading the output of the tool. Particularly about that first moment of […]
Are task based skills in terminal decline?
So much of our work (my work, anyway) can be described as “what we do in front of a computer”. What happens when we can talk with that computer and ask it to conduct those tasks rather than do them ourselves? What skills do we need to learn then? This is the thrust of the […]
The Digital Learning Standards Forum gets underway
A summary of the first meeting of the Digital Learning Standards Forum. The purpose of the group, emerging priorities and ways of working.
Digital Learning Standards Forum: Registration Form
Sign up here to join the Digital Learning Standards Forum and help shape how we can work together.
“Simple, clear and open” – shaping the Digital Learning Standards Forum
In the spirit of openness, this post shares contributions from those who have signed up for the Digital Learning Standards Forum so far. It summarises where interest is gathering (our hopes and fears, if you like). It, therefore, also outlines where our efforts will focus in pursuit of simple, clear and open approaches – defining […]
What do we mean by learning? Whatever…
This post is an extract from my regular newsletter. You can sign up for it here. Language matters. But that much? The last issue briefly mentioned that I have spent some time over the last few weeks attempting to convene a conversation about developing standards for digital learning. This has required what, I believe, is […]
The five most important questions for digital learning services
The real health of a digital learning services is about more than what we make and deliver. These five questions are critical to a clear view of your current situation and to the best next steps to ensure future fitness.
Measures, interoperability and everything else – the L&D standards debate takes shape
So, what has been learned since posting the initial article raising the idea of developing practical standards for digital learning? It was immediately clear that the words ‘digital learning’ are unhelpful in the context of developing standards for the work we do. Digital as a noun is probably innocent enough on its own, but the […]