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There are a new set of requirements for learning emerging in the workplace, and a host of new tools that are changing the landscape of e-learning. With the rise of Web 2.0, the advent of social networking, blogs, wikis and other new and exciting tools, the nature of what we do, not just where we do it, is transforming. The challenge for managers and practitioners of training, or business managers overall, is how to adjust both the perceptions and practices of e-learning to fit this new reality.
How should learning 2.0 – incorporating informal workplace learning and Web 2.0 tools – be integrated into more “traditional” training and e-learning systems? How should organizations change as a result of these new innovations? What will it take to sell everyone, including front-line workers, first-line supervisors and senior management on these new approaches? With more than 30 years experience in the field, Marc Rosenburg (www.marcrosenburg.com) will provide a unique perspective into the changing nature of our role, and what others expect.
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