Jane Hart is the Founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (C4LPT), one of the world’s most visited learning sites on the Web. She compiles the very popular annual Top 100 Tools for Learning list from the votes of learning professionals worldwide.
Jane is an independent Workplace Learning & Collaboration Adviser who has been helping organisations for over 30 years. She currently focuses on helping to modernise the L&D function – by moving beyond e-learning – in order to support learning more broadly and in more relevant ways in the workplace. More about Jane’s consultancy services here.
Jane has been blogging for many years, and her blog, Learning in the Social Workplace, was recently rated top of the 50 most socially shared Learning & Development blogs.Jane regularly writes for magazines on new approaches to workplace learning.
- She is one of the authors of the Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual, contributing a chapter on Informal & Social Learning.
- She wrote a chapter on What’s on the Horizon for the T&D profession for the ASTD Handbook.
- She is the author of the E-Learning Guild’s Informal Learning Research Report
- In January 2014 she published the 2nd edition of her popular Social Learning Handbook 2014, which is available as a paperback or PDF to download.
- She is currently working on a new book, Modern Workplace Learning: Moving beyond e-learning – you can access the draft online here.
Conference and event speaker
Jane Hart gives keynotes and invited presentations at conferences and other events, both in the UK and internationally, as well as online. For a list of upcoming and previous keynotes and invited presentations, see the bottom of the home page.
Here is some recent feedback
“You were extraordinary! Your content was perfectly tailored to our membership and you delivered exactly what we had hoped for. Thank you so much for the thought you put into this, and the charm with which you delivered your presentation.”
“Jane Hart was excellent. A positive and inspiring presentation with a successful live demonstration of collaborative tools. This session was the highlight of the conference for me.”
“I recently attended the conference where all that really inspired me was you! Thank you! “
Modern Workplace Learning
Workplace learning is changing! A modern day L&D department involves shifting from packaging up training to enabling and supporting continuous learning and performance improvement across the organisation. This involves new activities, and requires new roles, skills but primarily a new mindset. At Modern Workplace Learning we offer a range of resources and services to help workplace learning professionals understand and begin the process of modernisation in their own organisations.
In February 2013, the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI) presented Jane with the Colin Corder Award for Outstanding Contribution to Learning.
Email Jane : Jane.Hart@C4LPT.co.uk