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ELC Meeting--Learning 2.0: Technology Trends in Informal Learning

Zulfi Kureshi gave an interesting presentation on Technology Trends in Informal Learning (attached below).  I was particularly interested to see how Deloitte uses Learning 2.0 tools internally and am thinking of how I can use them in our organization. 

An example of using Learning 2.0 Technology is the ELC website runs on Drupal--a open source CMS that allows us to Blog, grab RSS feeds on a topic (News Clips), have Forums, and a shared calendar.   All this for free.  I remember when Intranets and shared knowledge sites cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Measuring Training ROI

ExploreHR.org has an excellent presentation on ROI in Training.  It talks about:

Thanks for the 8/18 E-Learning Briefing Event

Thanks to all who organized, publicized, and worked to make this free (!) event possible. Greatly appreciated the efforts by the organizers and the presenters!

Training as a Marketing and Sales Tool

In the training industry, we are accustomed to the use of training to teach a skill that's necessary for a vocation or an avocation.  I believe that there is going to be a dramatic increase in the use of training as a sales tool.  Increasingly customers are tuning out advertisments--in a sense advertisements largely serve the needs of just the advertisers and not the customer.  

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