Designing for Informal Learning
American Society for Training and Development, 2012 - Business & Economics - 16 pages
This Infoline issue gives the reader the tools needed to: "use the ADDIE instructional system design process as a guide for designing informal learning solutions; identify the needs of [one's] organization and the informal learning tools needed to support [one's] objectives; embed informal learning into [one's] organizational culture; measure the results of [one's] informal learning strategy; understand the risks of not addressing informal learning as part of the overall training strategy; make the transition from formal to informal learning." [from p. 2].
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