Rethink the Way You Think about Learning

The editors of Convene, the PCMA magazine, partner of Boardroom, have reported on the digitalNow conference which took place in May 2017 in Orlando. The event focused on how digital technology is changing everything associations do – especially how they approach delivering education.

According to the speakers of the conference, digital technology is disruptive, warping how people consume news, it changes the way people learn. However, new opportunities are created for organisations. Learning should become more extended over one’s lifetime, specific and prescriptive training should be replaced by active and creative learning. What’s more, associations can use this new technology as a protector of information battling fake news.

Read the article here.

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