Social Learning

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According to Nielsenwire.com, “Americans now spend a third of their time online

communicating and networking across social networks, blogs, personal e-mail and instant messaging.” Over the last 10 years, training and learning has truly undergone a paradigm shift. The myriad technologies that can now be leveraged have transformed the avenues by which we can communicate, train and learn.

To obtain training in the past, you may have attended college courses, seminars, classes or live conference events and received handouts as reference materials. More recently, you might have also rented a video on a particular topic, signed up for an online webinar, or read research books, manuals and articles online. These methods for training and learning are still widely utilized today but could be considered “traditional” compared to new technologies that have emerged.

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