For leaders of collaboration, the opportunities for "collaborative learning" are heightened by adding technology into the mix. In both executing job tasks and developing competencies in training settings, knowledge sharing, the convergence of learners' perspectives, and organizing learners' collaboration to improve team performance does not happen without careful design and structure. For leaders and facilitators, successful collaborative learning (CSCL) requires preparation to manage the learners' and knowledge holders' experience and new applications of learning to achieve goals. This webcast will discuss approaches to collaborative learning, and opportunities that are supported by emerging learning technologies.
Don't miss these webcast take aways:
How collaborative learning works in corporate training settings
Identify how the nature of the work motivates collaborative learning
Analyze the processes of learning to make them visible, sharable, reflectable and modifiable by participating learners
New 2.0 internet technologies to further computer supported collaborative learning