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InSync Training's founder Jennifer Hofmann authors Body Language in the Bandwidth, an active conversation focused on connecting, collaborating and succeeding in the modern classroom.

Become the Google of Learning in 6 Steps

Posted by Katelind Hays

Mar 28, 2017 2:42:04 PM

BYTE Session Recap

Modern Learning Professional DevelopmentAs we start to build our relationship with our learners, we want to ensure they turn to us and our resources when they encounter a challenge or have a question on the job. How do we do that?

In her recent InSync BYTE series event, Modern Learning is Perpetual Learning - How Do We Become the "Google" of Learning?, Jennifer Hofmann answers this exact question. This blog details her proven six step approach.

Watch Jennifer’s entire session for insight into the reality of learning today, complex content in the age of internet search, and creating learning campaigns. To watch the recording, click here

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Topics: Modern Learning, Modern Learning Culture, Content Curation

Curation is the Key to Managing Your Personal Learning Network

Posted by Jennifer Hofmann

Dec 8, 2016 7:21:39 PM

12557614_s.jpgIf you’re like me, you are subscribed to dozens of email lists, content newsletters, and newsfeeds about training and development. Additionally, you belong to professional communities of practice (COP) like the eLearning Guild, ATD, and the Training Magazine Network.

And, you probably have an email folder dedicated to all the recorded webinars you’re going to watch when you get the time.

How do we find the time to parse through all the information and make decisions about what content is relevant, timely, and, perhaps most importantly, accurate?

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Topics: Modern Learning, Content Curation, PLN

Exploring a Content Curation Practice For Modern Learning

Posted by Phylise Banner

Oct 25, 2016 1:33:54 PM

curation_image1.pngAlthough the term “curation” is buzzing around quite a bit these days, content curation is nothing new. Most of us have curated content at some point in time – creating a compendium of something, and adding our thoughts, opinions, insights, etc. before passing it on.

Curation happens naturally. You find something interesting, and you share it with me, along with why you like it, where you found it, and why you think I might find it interesting or useful.

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Topics: Modern Learning, Content Curation

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