Traditionally organisational learning has focused on creating content based on centrally identified skills and competencies. This has usually been in the form of a classroom or eLearning course.
However, modern learners have different requirements and expectations. Research shows that learners prefer informal, on-demand learning experiences such as professional communities and web-based resources over formal, fixed and course-based ones.
It means we need to find ways to bring more recent and relevant content into the workflow, be it articles, videos or other forms. This is where curated content can make all the difference.
Curated content is a method to find, filter and share the most relevant content on specific topics and offer it to learners as an online tool or through a portal or platform.
1. Choose the Categories for which you want to find the content,
2. Filter it so that learners only get to see content that’s relevant to them
3. Integrate the content to be made available on your own platform
4. Encourage content sharing and consumption
5. Take feedback from learners to assess the relevance, usage, and the impact.
As a partner of SAP SuccessFactors and having worked on the SAP JAM module for more than 10 years, we have seen a great shift in the learning and development space. Curated content is one of those changes.
With this as a need for many learning organizations, we found a partner in AndersPink, an award-winning platform to bring this into SAP SuccessFactors products. You can find more about it here
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