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'WHO IS ANONYMOUS?'
(http://trails.by/haleycamp06/who-is-anonymous)

This group is all over the news and social media, but who are they and what do they do??

—curated by haleycamp06

Five fun facts about Social Learning:

1-Social learning is not new. “Social Learning Theory” is a concept initially derived from psychologist Albert Bandura in the late 70’s, which proposes that people learn within a social context.

2- According to research, 70% (WOW!) of learning and employee development take place from real, on-the-job experiences and problem solving.

3- Social Learning solves the problem of connecting through a community to make sense and understand the current landscape that surrounds those within the social learning knowledge group (i.e., HR, onboarding, etc.). Each employee can access the information and the knowledge embedded in others, contributing to their own learning through each interaction.

4-Social Learning is NOT e-learning. E-learning is a delivery system of information. Social Learning is a collaborative effort whereby knowledge is shared and learning is enhanced through a group participatory effort.

5-Social Learning is FUN!

Lindsay and Angie, two of our favorite users - collaborating, sharing and curating onboarding information!

Visit us at Trails.by to learn more and request a demo!

Social Learning - a Summary.

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Social Learning is now the way of communication within innovative companies. A guidepost, if you will, of the ever popular term “Employee Engagement”. Are your employees engaged? Are they learning from other peers in their company? Social learning is really the way to make sense of and understand the current landscape of knowledge workers have and how to better help them learn and collaborate amongst each other. Below is a link to a Social Learning Summary Trail. We hope you find it useful ;o)

http://trails.by/mmz/social-learning-summary/3

The Shift? It’s to Social Learning.

We know that Employee Engagement is important. We know that Social Learning is fast becoming the way that companies, educate, train and enhance company culture. Walk this Trail to learn more - and to understand how relevant Social Learning within your company.

http://trails.by/sociallearning/the-shift-to-social-learning

'BOOKS AND SOCIAL LEARNING RESOURCES.'
(http://trails.by/sociallearning/books-and-social-learning-resources)
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A reference guide: books about social learning and collaboration.

—curated by sociallearning

'JOB SEEKER AND HUMAN RESOURCES'
(http://trails.by/SunnySanguin/job-seeker-and-human-resources)
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Tips for recruiter or applicant

—curated by SunnySanguin

HR + Social Learning: Collaboration is key!

Social learning is fast becoming a buzzword amongst those in HR. Human resource professionals know that there is better solution to informing and training employees, but many are still unsure just how to implement a social learning system. At Trails.by we believe a clear and easy entry-point for implementing a social learning program is a key component of any healthy company.

Unlocking the shared knowledge from your employees and corporate culture improves communication and collaboration. Ideas are shared. Employees feel a sense of belonging, thus leading to a sense of loyalty to the company for which they work. Trails.by is an innovative and easy way to extend your formal and informal training and development, streamline new employee onboarding and nurture company culture. Think of social learning like this: it’s a fun and informative way to learn that engages employees, improves corporate culture and saves your HR team time and saves your company money.

Now, really, what company doesn’t want that?

Walk this Trail to find out more….

Social Learning Quote of the Week:

"Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action."

-Albert Bandura, Social Learning Theory, 1977

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