Beginning Monday, I’ll be participating in Jane Hart’s fall Modern Workplace Learning Challenge. I have to admit I’m pretty excited about this learning opportunity. Consider joining me!
After a seven year hiatus, it’s time to start up my eelearning blog again. Unfortunately, I’m not able to get access to the original blog in accordance with WordPress’s recover policies to edit and continue it. So I’m starting the NEW eelearning and will refer back to the original blog as needed.
My life path took me on a 6 year sojourn with Pearson in Higher Education. It was challenging, rewarding, and I worked with a great group of colleagues. But I took the layoff that swept me out the door along with dozens of colleagues in June as a sign that it was time for me to head back to workplace learning.
In the past 6 years, there is much that has changed. Social Media has moved from novelty to key tools for business and learning, Informal Learning has gained traction as a part of the designed learning ecosystem in leading organizations, Communities of Practice are everywhere, and there are so many new Learning Professionals to get to know.
Unfortunately, in my ramp up back into workplace learning I’ve discovered somethings haven’t changed much. Continue reading “Re-entry.”