With so much buzz around the latest technology for learning, how can you successfully identify the right tools to enhance learning delivery and learner experience? There’s a lot to learn from the way consumer technology enables access to great content, quickly and easily. But it’s important to get the basics right. Jonathan Archibald shares his insights on some of the current trends and what the tech-enabled landscape of the future might look like for L&D.
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