Over a year ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well as the usual resources that can help enhance our work as learning professionals. Who would have thought a year later we’d still be looking at our work through that dual-lens.
While there’s light at the end of the tunnel with COVID-19, its effects will last for some time after the pandemic ends. Each week’s curated resources will continue to focus on everyday knowledge and skills as well as resources focused on navigating the ever-evolving nature of the pandemic and its after-effects.
Here’s a summary of this week’s content:
- A look at the new LXP Platform from Linkedin
- The important role KPIs play in your microlearning strategy
- Reflections on some of the biggest EdTech failures of the last decade
- Tips on how to support parents who continue to work from home
- How systems thinking can help you overcome imposter syndrome
In A Bold And Aggressive Move, LinkedIn Unleashes Its LXP And More by Josh Bersin
Learning Experience Platforms (LXPs) have quickly risen in prominence in only a few years. This post by Josh Bersin examines a new and disruptive entrant into the LXP marketplace: LinkedIn.
Advocating for Microlearning? Lead with Purpose & Potential by Robyn Defelice
Microlearning continues to be one of the biggest buzzwords in our industry. This post by Robyn Defelice looks to cut through the buzz to examine microlearning through the key performance indicators that it supports.
The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade by Audrey Watters
Reflecting on our failures is a powerful way to learn. While we often think of learning from failure in the context of reflecting on our own failures or creating object lessons, this post by Audrey Watters looks at many of the biggest failures and mistakes in the edtech industry, and what we learned from them.
How to Better Support Parents Who Work From Home
Remote work from home will likely be with many companies long after the pandemic has subsided. This post provides a number of great tips on how we can better support parents who are balancing the challenges of work and childcare while working from home.
To overcome imposter syndrome, think in systems by Chris Bailey
Imposter syndrome is something many of us can suffer from. This post by Chris Bailey explores the importance of understanding the role systems play in our success, and how learning to interact within the systems we encounter can help us overcome imposter syndrome.
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