TJwow webinar recording December - creativity
Recording of the TJ discussion webinar from December 2016 about creativity.
December 13th 10am UK time
How can we be more creative in L&D?
Discussing this topic was:
Esther Barrett (@EstherBarrett) is a Learning Technologist - Subject Specialist (Teaching, Learning and Assessment) at Jisc, that provide digital solutions for UK education and research. Esther focuses on technology and the creative and innovative use of it to make the most impact for the learner.
Jeff Kortenbosch (@eLearningJeff) is Senior e-Learning Specialist and learning advisor at AkzoNobel, a global paints and coatings company. The appropriate mix of traditional and modern learning concepts is something that Jeff likes to focus on, such as using 70:20:10 and Five Moments of Need to ensure that the best resources are applied for what the business needs.
Krystyna Gadd (@KrystynaGadd) is the Founder of How To Accelerate Learning and loves to help L&D professionals to become inspirational and business focussed.
Outcomes from the session
At the end of the discussion attendees were asked what action they would take, and here are their answers for you to consider for your own take-aways:
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