At Kineo we're a creative, innovative bunch with plenty of ideas about learning and development - and sharing our ideas with the L&D community is part of our DNA.
Introducing Kineo’s stream of thought - our monthly podcast that features informal chat from the Kineo team about all things elearning, LMSs and beyond. Hear our latest thinking and be inspired by ideas from our experts.
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Episode 25: Can you really measure the impact of your learning?
This month, the Kineo team delve deep into the idea of what is truly required to measure your learning successfully.
Episode 24: Getting the gig economy up to speed
Using the contingent workforce data from the Learning Insights research, the Kineo team look at the challenges organisations face when employing and developing a contingent workforce.
Episode 23: Breaking down barriers to workplace learning
Following on from our initial Learning Insights research, the Kineo team discuss the common barriers and pitfalls responsible for the failure of learning at work and how to avoid them within your own learning environment.
Episode 22: Learning Insights 2019: The power of MicroPersonalNetworks
John, Stu and Cammy discuss the key trends found in he 2019 Learning insights report, with a particular focus on MicroPersonalNetworks - what are they, and why do learners want them?
Episode 21: The good, the bad and the blended
Blended learning has been around since the 90s, so why are we still talking about it? This month the Kineo team, along with a special guest from The Oxford group investigate just that.
Episode 20: Elearning for all: developing digital learning with accessibility in mind
In a world full of digital chaos the importance of making technology accessible for all is more important than ever. An area that can be overlooked in learning design is accessibility, it can be all too easy to treat it as an after thought and that if needed, accessibility features can be added to learning that’s already been created. Thinking about accessibility needs a different mindset, Susie Miller a leading consultant in this area from eLaHub.net, describes this mindset as a reframing how we think about accessibility. It is not a question of “Do you consider yourself to have a disability?” but “Do you consider yourself to have an accessibility requirement?”.