During times of crisis, such as the ones we have been experiencing during 2020, learning and development custodians were challenged as, overnight, many learning platforms were simply no longer available.
But there’s a stronger motivation for learning ecosystems.
Learning communities have been proven to work and this is true, prior to the pandemic. There are a number of reasons that learning communities provide relevance and work. From a philosophical perspective, learning communities are changing the way knowledge is accessed and consumed. In other words, there’s a philosophic shift in knowledge sharing and acquisition. According to researchers, learning communities fit into what the research has demonstrated and finally from a pragmatic perspective, they work.
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