Corporate learning is no longer merely about organising lectures and courses for employees. Learning today is more about designing for learning experiences at the workplace, meaning, among other things, constantly finding ways to evolve while working and to cultivate creative thoughts.
Today, information can be accessed anytime from any place which changes the way learning and knowledge is perceived. Designing for an in-house digital learning experience is a challenge for the corporate sector today but needs to be prioritized to future-proof the business in this fast moving world. This white paper outlines:
About the author:
Anna Åkerfeldt, PhD in didactic science, is a lecturer at Stockholm University. Her research interest is digital learning environments and cultures of recognition in educational settings.
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