Learning Now tv

The Social Age and the Rise of the Community

London (UK), May 2016 - On this month’s Learning Now tv, Julian Stodd, author of the Social Learning Handbook and founder of Sea Salt Learning, talks about the rise of the community with Nigel Paine. The broadcast also includes interviews on machine and cognitive learning, managing for the first time, as well as insights into Adobe’s research about the state of content. 

This month’s LNTV programme is 26 May and starts at 8.00 pm UK time. It is preceded by with Ady Howes’ live social stream from 7.45 pm.

The full programme of interviews and features for May’s LNTV show includes

  • Julian Stodd talking about the Social Age and the rise of the community, how we are now all connected to each other, and the emergence of social leadership
  • LNTV talking to Carrie Remington, L&D manager of Volume, about machine and cognitive learning and how it can provide real-time performance support to our staff
  • Paul Burns, MD of Rock and a Hard Place, telling LNTV about his company's recent Gold Award for Start Up of the Year at the Learning Awards 2016
  • Michelle Parry-Slater, who will launch LNTV’s new series called No Plasters, which focuses on how to implement a modern approach to learning in an organisation
  • LNTV’s Australian correspondent Helen Blunden, who finds out about how people in the creative industries learn in her interview with Kim Goodwin from Craft Victoria
  • Brent Schlenker, who will provide his US report direct from the C3 Conference, where he interviewed some of the speakers at the event
  • LNTV talking to Scott Blanchard, principal of the Ken Blanchard Companies, about what it takes to become a first-time manager
  • Martin Couzins' regular report, which this month highlights Adobe's latest research on the State of Content: The rules of engagement for 2016