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Social Learning Powered by E2.0

Social learning is a powerful instrument available to all organizations as part of enterprise 2.0 toolsets

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Accelerating Learning 2.0 through Enterprise 2.0

Instructor-led, classroom-based learning is the most common type of learning that most of us have experienced throughout our lives. However, new modalities of learning are being rapidly enabled as technology advancement allow large amounts of learning resources to be more easily and readily available. These new modalities of learning fueled by Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 is what is driving what is now referred to Learning 2.0 . Technology advancements are enabling Learning 2.0 to provide a fundamental shift in learning methodology that places the learner in the center of learning and allows the learner to control the learning process. Learning 2.0 augments the conventional methods of learning through access to a rich set of Enterprise 2.0 tools that continue to evolve and change the way we experience learning

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Learning 2.0 – Creating a Competitive Advantage for Your Company

Enter Learning 2.0 as a solution to help drive this competitive advantage. So what is Learning 2.0?

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Two reasons why HR needs to invest in social collaboration

There are a couple of key use cases where social collaboration and HR have particular synergies - firstly around employee onboarding or induction, and secondly around social learning


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Your Reading What!

For anyone working in social media and enterprise 2.0 here are a few books that I recommend reading: The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media by Tony Bingham, Marcia Conner, Daniel H

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2 ways better collaboration helps improve employee engagement

Another crucial piece in this puzzle is in providing a platform to support social learning - helping employees to develop skills and experience in an informal, ongoing way, through interacting with colleagues, seeing what others are doing, and asking questions, for example. Social collaboration tools not only provide a platform for this interaction, but they often also include gamification features that can help to encourage social learning, while also helping to track employees' progress as they develop



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Social Is at the Center of Productivity

Using machine learning and the data captured through social interactions, Delve offers a personalized view of an end user’s content, organized by content currently accessed, by content shared by team members, or by learning from end-user activities

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