EdTech 597 Links Entry

Business professionals face a major transformation of being mobile while working, growing from small, single minded, to a large, and broadly based corporation.  The changeover involves more knowledge that is readily accessible, and the quality of learning is ever evolving.  Here are some links that would allow adult learners to remain competitive in the labor force.

Train on the Move – This link allows adult learners to use mobile apps for business learning and corporate training.

Professional Development – This blog discusses how to manage all business activities, from cost to human resourcing.

Developing a Learning Strategy – This is a short video to understand how technology has changed the way people learn on the run.

The Perceived Value of Training – A blog about how the impact of positive training affects the learner in different phases.

 

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About cadeleo
My name is Christina DeLeo, I am a grad student working on completing my Master's of Educational Technology degree at Boise State University.

3 Responses to EdTech 597 Links Entry

  1. mkbnl says:

    Interesting… I found the first link particularly useful myself.

  2. Travis Begley says:

    These are all very useful links. I know several people that travel a lot with their jobs.

    • cadeleo says:

      My work consists of being mobile, either locally or globally. Learning on the job is essential for one’s success and to remain competitive in the workforce.
      Also, social networking has become a useful tool when traveling to stay in touch with friends, family, and latest news.

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