About

It is a place for people interested in the topic of Learning who use the social messaging service Twitter to learn from one another.   It will give you the opportunity to discuss current topics with other Learning Professionals from all over the world.  Our chats will explore and discuss how the social and business environment, especially the digital experience is changing the world and how that impacts learning and the way that we operate and function within it.

Prior to every session @chat2lrn will tweet a link to articles/blog posts that will be discussed during the chat.  This will give you the opportunity to think about the topic and what impact that will have on your working life, the organisation you work for and the service you are delivering to the organisations and learners you support.  Following the tweetchat, a record of the discussion will be posted on the #chat2lrn blog as well as a summary of the key points.  This will allow us all to reflect and comment, following which we can either park it for the time being and come back to it in the future or continue the discussion during the next chat session.

We are really keen to involve the whole community, so if you have a topic you would like to cover in one of our chats, we would be delighted to hear from you.  It would also be great if you could write a post and include resources that people can have a look at beforehand. All you have to do is either post a comment on the blog or email us at chat2lrn@gmail.com with your ideas.

Look forward to hearing from you!

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