Next Generation Learning @ Work launched at e-learning awards

by | Nov 7, 2008 | Articles

A national campaign to improve awareness of the benefits of adopting learning technologies in the workplace was launched  last night at the E-learning awards 2008. (Download the launch speech below)

 

Technology transforms our lives. When effectively used to build knowledge and skills in the workplace, it can transform the performance of both individuals and businesses.

We know that organisations can:

  • deliver more for less
  • reduce carbon footprint
  • improve competitiveness and productivity
  • extend learning opportunities

And so much more!

But the best examples come from those who are doing this for themselves. Next Generation Learning @ Work provides a platform to collectively share experience and encourage success.

The campaign is encouraging everyone to say what Next Generation Learning @ Work means to you (via a short podcast, a quote or observation, a case study, evidence of your successes) and we encourage everyone to get involved at www.nextgenerationlearning.org.uk/work

If you can’t wait to do that – use the make a suggestion box below and tell us what you think Next Generation Learning @ Work means to you.

The campaign is backed by Becta as part of a wider initiative to promote benefits of learning technologies in schools.

But significantly ,Next Generation Learning @ Work is industry led and is supported by:

  • Towards Maturity ( as founding ambassador)
  • e-learning age magazine
  • The E-learning awards
  • eLearning Network
  • Learning Technologies
  • The Learning and Skills Group
  • learndirect
  • Skillsoft
  • Skills for Health
  • e-skills UK
  • Kineo
  • Hibernia College
  • the Association of Learning Providers

and many others.. why not join us?

find out how at www.nextgenerationlearning.org.uk/work

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