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TECHNOLOGY T


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Gerry Grif�in outlines the three elements key to future-proo�ing your learning


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here have been many changes in the world of learning in the last decade,


but one clear theme brings them all together – digital. Technology has made the availability of information widespread, quick and easy to access, and simple to process. T is information surplus is impacting how we behave. For example we have to remember less long-term and be fast in understanding new ideas, with human attention spans


now averaging at 8.25 seconds (that’s shorter than that of a goldfi sh!). Technology is advancing, attention


spans are dropping, and L&D is still fi guring out how to adapt. Have you ever been told you have


to complete a multi-hour e-learning course on compliance? Or taken time out of your already busy schedule to attend a week-long intensive training course? Or perhaps you’ve been given a chunky manual full of information


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