Informal Learning Basics: What ARE the Basics?

Tuesday, July 17, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
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Informal Learning might represent as much as 70 percent of workplace learning and be one of the most talked-about topics in training today. But what is it really? What forms can it take? When can it make a difference in workplace performance and when might it actually detract from it? What role, if any, do Training and Development professionals play in informal learning? Saul Carliner, author of the new ASTD best-seller, Informal Learning Basics, introduces the basics of informal learning in this webinar.


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Saul Carliner is Director of the Education Doctoral Program and an associate professor at Concordia University in Montreal. Also an industry consultant, he has provided strategic planning and evaluation services for organizations in Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, and Europe, including Alltel Wireless, AT&T, Equitas, IBM, Microsoft, ST Microelectronics Turkish Management Centre, Wachovia, and several U.S. and Canadian government agencies. Among the 150 articles and seven other books he has authored is the best-selling Training Design Basics (ASTD Press) and the award-winning e-Learning Handbook (with Patti Shank, Pfeiffer). He is a member of the board of the Canadian Society for Training and Development, a past Research Fellow of ASTD, and a Fellow and past international president of the Society for Technical Communication. His latest book is Informal Learning Basics (ASTD Press, 2012).

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