Keynote: Professional and Digital Learning: Leveraging learning at work

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Rebecca Ferguson
27 May 2016

Learning is a critical component of innovation at work. Most organisations invest significant sums in formal training. Yet professional learning often generates greater value for organizations when the learning is integrated within authentic work tasks.  Digital technologies provide opportunities to link formal and informal learning with work. However, there is limited understanding of how digital tools and networks can be used by professionals to leverage learning. Using self-regulated learning as a theoretical base, I will highlight insights on professional and digital learning from IET research over the past year.

 

Professor Allison Littlejohn: Biography

Allison is Chair of Learning Technology at the Open University’s Institute for Educational Technology. Her research spans Professional and Digital Learning. Allison has held professorships in three UK universities (OU, Glasgow Caledonian and Dundee) and has been Principal Investigator or Senior Scientist on over 40 research studies funded by the European Commission (EC), the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), the Scottish Funding Council (SFC), the UK Joint Information Systems Committees (JISC), the UK Higher Education Academy (HEA), the Energy Institute (EI), Shell International & British Petroleum (BP).  Her industry-academic research is with multinational companies, most notably Royal Dutch Shell, for whom she was Senior Researcher 2008-2010. Allison is a Fellow and former Scholar of the Higher Education Academy and has received international fellowships from ASCILITE, and the Churchill Trust. 

Web:  www.open.ac.uk/people/ahl69

Blog:  littlebylittlejohn.com

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