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Leading Virtual Teams - Blended Learning Infographic

Leading Virtual Teams - Blended Learning Infographic | blended learning | Scoop.it

Organisations are increasingly recognising the business benefits of combining bite-sized chunks of personalised content that can be delivered to the desktop in real-time with learning techniques such as shorter classroom-based training sessions and on-the-job line manager training.

 

Take a look at our Leading Virtual Teams Learning Pathway Infographic. With a mix of pre-work, a web-based session delivered by a facilitator, case study assignment, a face-to-face session and Action Learning Project, we are sure to provide solutions that are engaging, creative and have maximum business impact.

 

Don't cut your training budgets; develop a leaner, more efficient training machine.


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Training is more effective for those in their chosen job

Training is more effective for those in their chosen job | blended learning | Scoop.it

Why do some get more out of training than others? One major factor is motivation, leading to such outcomes as greater skill acquisition, higher post-training confidence, and stronger intentions to apply the learning in the workplace.

 

More about MOTIVATION: http://www.scoop.it/t/science-news?q=motivation

 


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The Journalism Gap Between Education and Professional Practice | Social Media Today

The Journalism Gap Between Education and Professional Practice | Social Media Today | blended learning | Scoop.it

Journalism education needs to incorporate more “new skills” to catch up with what is expected of the next generation of journalists.

 

This is an observation based on a comparison of skills emphasized by media professionals and skills being taught in journalism schools.

 

This blog looks at 25 skills and, for the purpose of comparison and analysis, puts them into two categories...

1: "Old Skills"

2: "New Skills" 

 

The question to journalist practitioners and learners is "how much of the "new" skills are incorporated in your curriculum?"


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