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Human Resources (HR)– Further Reading

Module 3 – Learning & Development in Context


Training and Development Policy Wiki
http://www.opm.gov/wiki/training/Training-Evaluation.ashx
Training evaluation is a continual and systematic process of assessing
the value or potential value of a training program, course, activity or
event. Results of the evaluation are used to guide decisionmaking
around various components of the training (e.g. instructional design,
delivery, results) and its overall continuation, modification, or elimination.

How to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Training


http://www.ehow.com/how_8181696_evaluate-effectiveness-training.html
Training employees is time consuming and costly. When preparing for
training, develop tactics to ensure effectiveness throughout the training
session.

Informal Learning Blog http://www.informl.com/


Informal learning is more important than ever. It’s part of life. It no longer
needs an in-your-face site to promote it. These days I focus my energies
on helping organizations work smarter. Informal learning is part of the
mix, but so are social business, brain science, systems thinking, and a
bunch of other things.

Learn at the speed of business https://www.702010forum.com/


Access the ready-to-use Toolkit to get started on your 70:20:10 journey.
Use the Toolkit View to search articles, webinars, research, activities and
other implementation tools using your focus area and track which tools
you have used.

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Informal learning http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Informal_learning
The speed at which technology evolves today is increasing more than
ever before and technology keeps offering new tools in order to simplify
our lives. At the same time, teaching strategies are out of step with the
times and students are not being taught how to adapt their learning to fit
today’s complex work environment.

70:20:10 by Charles Jennings & Fusion Universal


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6WX11iqmg0
Charles Jennings introduces the concept of moving away from purely
classroom based learning, & towards the 70 20 10 learning journey.

E-learning http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-learning
E-learning is an inclusive term that describes educational technology that
electronically or technologically supports learning and teaching.

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