Delivering a course in a Social Learning Environment requires course designers to consider several new ideas in their approach to course design. In doing so, it enables the use of new tools and ideas to change the way the learning organization gets participants to apply what they’re learning.
This tool outlines the basic tasks needed to create a Social Learning (SL) course and using this checklist, learning leaders can:
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