The little book of Digital Learning
If you want to achieve a goal, you need a plan. And to give that plan the best chance of success, you need a strategy. A good learning strategy will ensure your goals are aligned, reveal the strengths and weaknesses and outline your next steps. Download this little book to position you for L&D success.
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Materials to support you
We’ve curated a range of resources surrounding learning strategies ranging from top tips, case studies to articles and more
Jo Cook shares four important trends that she’s identified from new research with people who use online learning.
A new white paper published by the CLC explains how to create an effective learning programme in EDI to help drive cultural change.
Harri Candy shares some tips for winning over your key influencers, with the support of your peers, senior staff and stakeholders to make a change.
Pam Pappenheim shares her approach to using learning pathways to create a leadership programme at RSPCA, using eLearning and video learning as part of a blend.
The L&D team at Liverpool based social enterprise PSS quickly created a blended learning programme to develop leaders and managers. Laura Curra shares the results and the lessons she learned along the way.
Susi Miller clarifies the legal requirements for creating eLearning that’s accessible, with some key tips to help.