Making the most of informal learning

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Slide links

2-3 : InternetTimeAlliance.com

4 : Informal learning, Jay Cross

5 : Reconciling formal and informal learning, Clark Quinn, 24 May 2012

7-8 : The key to informal learning is autonomy, Jane Hart, 27 April 2012

9 : Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011

19 – Forrester research, April 2011

20 –  CLO Magazine, April 2011

21 - Only 14% think that company training is an essential way for them to learn in the workplace, Jane Hart 16 April 2012

In room polling

Q1: How important is internal training to you as a way of learning?

Not important: 52%
Quite important: 38%
Very important: 0%
Essential: 10%

Q2: How important is collaborative  working within your team as a way of learning?

Not important: 13%
Quite important: 4%
Very important: 30%
Essential: 52%

Q2: How important is Google to you as a way of learning?

Not important: 14%
Quite important: 18%
Very important: 23%
Essential: 45%

24 – 30 : Is it time for a BYOL (Bring Your Own Learning) strategy in your organization? Jane Hart, 20 April 2012

31-32 : Overcoming the course and control mindset hurdles, Jane Hart, 20 May 2012

33- 48 : Supporting the social workplace learning continuum, Jane Hart, 4 June 2012

Slide 38 : Social Learning Centre

Slide 41: Social learning in action at #elnil, Jane Hart, 22 June 2011

Slide 43: Summer Camp 2012

Write-ups of the presentation

Jane Hart #iel12 Keynote Mindmap, , Clark Quinn, Learnlets

#IEL12 Day 2, Keynote 2: Jane Hart on Making the Most of Informal Learning, Craig Wiggins, eLearning Jockey

#iel12 Thursday Afternoon Keynote, In the middle of the curve, Wendy Wickham