The 70:20:10 learning and development model shows how learning can be extended beyond the classroom, utilising workplace and social learning. Organisations, however, can often find it difficult to know where to start with implementing an informal learning strategy into the workplace.
Social learning by its very nature involves learning through interactions, engagements and discussions. The co-creation of content, communication and sharing of ideas and resources can positively impact your organisation. Social Learning can benefit staff on-boarding, retention and company wide communication.
Share experiences and new ideas throughout your organisation and extended enterprise.
Create a hub for all your reflective learning activities, giving you control over your data and resources. It takes the best parts of the world’s most popular social tools and brings them together into a single platform to support enterprise-wide collaboration.
Social networking has become a part of everyday life for billions of people worldwide, so why shouldn’t the collaborative approach be used in elearning?
Totara Social opens up the communication flow between colleagues so as to encourage collaboration and enhanced working environments.
Personalised profile pages and digital collections enable users to arrange and publish any type of content to share with others for collaboration. Create the perfect blend for your connected workplace.
With discussion forums, comments and group based chats, learners can add comments to content, encouraging participation and boosting morale.
Foster real time peer-to-peer interactions using live chat. Contribute to discussions and provide project feedback in an online social environment.
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