Supporting time starved learners at work

by | Dec 20, 2007 | Interviews

Laura Overton and Howard Hills speak about the stories and perspectives gathered over the last year from the Towards e-Learning Maturity project.

 

They consider the challenges articulated by employers during a series of recent podcast and draw out lessons useful for any educator responsible for engaging learners in the work place.

Topics covered include:

  • The challenge of engaging time starved learners stuggling with work life balance
  • Martini Media – any time any place learning
  • How to make this work in reality
  • 3 practical lessons learned

This interview draws on a series of recent podcasts that can be listened to in full by clicking here


This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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