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Learning Curation in the Era of Data Excess

  • 10 Sep 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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In a world of information overload, learners have access to endless amounts of digital information. According to the IDC, the average employee spends about 9.5 hours every week searching for information. In an attempt to cut through the noise, content curation began as a trendy buzzword, then evolved into a strategic way to maintain the quality of content and an integral part of corporate learning strategies. 

According to research conducted by Charles Jennings, only 10% of what we learn is covered through formal learning. The remaining percentage stems from people finding relevant content using different sources. This independent search has created a need for selected content from reliable sources. The process of learning curation.

By curating content, you help willing learners get access to valuable information and relieve them from the hassle, pain, and frustration of trying to wade through a never-ending list of resources. Content curation can add value and enhance the impact of your learning and development strategy.

Kyle Scott LeMontang is a former Business Technology Consultant in the Big 4 world, historically implementing and managing large scale ERP and CRM implementations, now helping a multitude of Fortune 500 clients implement, grow and manage their corporate L&D technology stack.

Providing direct consultation and client support, Kyle works strategically with corporate executive and key stakeholders to drive tangible ROI benefits through implementation of the most appropriate, innovative, and bespoke training technologies, across the entire corporate Employee Journey. With a passion for technology, a love for serving clients, and a determination to provide an unparalleled user-experience, Kyle continuously helps promote product development, and a seamless integration process, for Triboo and Edflex, ensuring complete representation to those who matter most – Our Learners!

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