We recently conducted a survey of learning professionals and discovered that, on average, practitioners only have $600 a year for professional development. As with all averages, many trainers, instructional designers, and facilitators may have even less money available for skill building.
In light of such financial constraints, how are we supposed to become experts in all aspects of modern learning?
Jennifer Hofmann, President of InSync Training, spent the last few years searching for a solution supportive of the needs of her learning peers. When she couldn't find one, she created one.
The Blended Learning Hub, launching March 6, provides a social collaborative learning makerspace that builds learners' skills in critical modern learning topics through personalized learning pathways.