The Future of Learning

Today's technological advancements are changing job requirements and skills expectations at a rapid rate. Businesses are consistently striving to investigate these trends and prepare for upcoming "disruptions." In terms of job automation, there are many barriers that people experience when trying to access learning platforms such as online learning tools and micro learning sessions, as the majority of these platforms are aimed at individuals who already have a post-secondary education, and other credentials. This project will develop a white paper outlining strategies and recommendations to help businesses and individuals structure collaborative learning platforms aimed at helping people consistently refresh their skill sets and stay relevant in their chosen industry, or give them the ability to move into new industries.

Intern: 
Diana Ojeda
Judy Ehrentraut
Faculty Supervisor: 
Marcel O’Gorman
Project Year: 
2019
Province: 
Ontario
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