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Learnscape: a curated site of online learning from Vybrant

At the beginning of this year my good friends at Vybrant conducted an extensive research project around the use of online resources in learning and development (and the full results will be published later this year).  What grabbed their attention was the number of people who said they were looking for a straightforward, engaging online content tool to help people actually do the 70% of self-directed learning in a 70:20:10 model.

So they built one.  Learnscape.

LnDLearnscapeIt’s a curated site, so all the content is good, high quality stuff, but we also know that a problem with any online learning is getting people to actually use it – and especially to go back to it.  So, Learnscape is updated daily with new content and tips of the day. There are currently three key areas with resources:

  • Leadership (with 5 sub-sections)
  • Management (with 3 sub-sections)
  • Your career

They each have an interesting mix of content, in bite-size chunks.

It’s built to be visually attractive and entertaining, with a wide variety of content (books, papers, articles, videos, podcasts, MOOCs, Twitter feeds and interviews). Importantly, it’s also a social site where people can comment and interact with each other, so it creates a real learning community for people using it.

 

You can visit the demo site here:         https://demo.lndlearnscape.com/

User name:  demo                  Password:  demo

For more information, contact Alan Sears at Vybrant.

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