In my humble opinion, it is counter-productive to rail against 70:20:10. As an L&D professional, it is in your interest to embrace it.

In my humble opinion, it is counter-productive to rail against 70:20:10. As an L&D professional, it is in your interest to embrace it.

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I continue to reject the notion that 70:20:10 is a formula or a goal, because it is not a model of what “should be”.

I continue to reject the notion that 70:20:10 is a formula or a goal, because it is not a model of what “should be”.

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A big year of PD opportunities for e-learning professionals down under.

A big year of PD opportunities for e-learning professionals down under.

To me, the term influence refers to someone’s ability to change someone else’s behaviour. If you are “influential”, you prompt someone with whom you have had some form of contact not only to think about things differently, but also to do things differently and – hopefully – achieve a better outcome.

To me, the term influence refers to someone’s ability to change someone else’s behaviour. If you are “influential”, you prompt someone with whom you have had some form of contact not only to think about things differently, but also to do things differently and – hopefully – achieve a better outcome.

I’ve been tinkering with Google Cardboard and, in the spirit of Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week, I’ve decided to share with you what I’ve learned so far.

I’ve been tinkering with Google Cardboard and, in the spirit of Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week, I’ve decided to share with you what I’ve learned so far.

There’s plenty of talk out there about how wonderful VR is and the incredible potential it offers us, but how about now? What are our peers currently doing with this emerging technology?

There’s plenty of talk out there about how wonderful VR is and the incredible potential it offers us, but how about now? What are our peers currently doing with this emerging technology?

As readers of Paper cuts will know, I’ve been toying with virtual reality via the Google Cardboard headset. Now I had the opportunity to compare my experience with another headset one step higher up in the food chain.

As readers of Paper cuts will know, I’ve been toying with virtual reality via the Google Cardboard headset. Now I had the opportunity to compare my experience with another headset one step higher up in the food chain.

I am left in no doubt that virtual reality is the future of entertainment. And if that’s true, then it’s also the future of lots of other things, such as learning.

I am left in no doubt that virtual reality is the future of entertainment. And if that’s true, then it’s also the future of lots of other things, such as learning.

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