Emergent Learning Design for the Workplace
With its vast volumes of information and quick access, the Internet has changed how, where and when we learn (Brown, 2000; G. Siemens, 2005). In the workplace, the Internet has enabled less dependence on formal training and more dependence on self-directed, specific and just-in-time knowledge acquisition. Learning design in this environment - outside the instructor-led or training module experience - is still a relatively unexplored field of inquiry, and many questions remain regarding the creation of effective participation and outcomes (Cross, 2006). Designing for environments that...
Carmean, Colleen, "Emergent Learning Design for the Workplace" (2007). Academic Affairs Publications. 5.