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From the results of the Learning Link 2013 on sustainable learning, 12 action points were identified. Discuss your ideas and share your projects!

12 'Sustainable Learning' themes

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Vision & values Development Training and Learning Institutes should adopt values that do not compromise the future and their vision. They should apply transparent rights-based processes. 0 No conversations started
Needs-based, flexible learning Training should be tailored. Systematically identify the target audiences, their learning needs and the possible practical areas of applicability of learning. 0 No conversations started
Inclusive learning, recognise diversity and culture Learning will be increasingly free for the learners to increase access; training will have to be funded upstream. Learning and training institutes must build partner alliances. Inclusive learning is using the diversity and differences in cultures to learn from new perspectives. 0 No conversations started
Connected to organizational change Sustainable learning will not exclusively focus on individual development, through institutional commitment it will be connected to the organizational development and change agenda. 0 No conversations started
E-learning, portable knowledge Design and use technologies to obtain, share and create relevant knowledge. This will increasingly take place 'just-in-time' through mobile devices. 1
by Haley Horan
November 28. 2013
Networked learning, Knowledge sharing, Collaborative learning, Co-creation The creation of new knowledge will increasingly happen by including stakeholders, building Communities of Practice and co-creation processes. 0 No conversations started
Global learning academy, repository of learning resources Should the Learning Link develop into the 'global learning academy' and manage a repository of learning and knowledge resources in the area of sustainable learning? 0 No conversations started
Environmentally conscious, System's approach Design learning that impacts on human behaviour. The design and organization of learning would adhere to a green culture that includes saving, re-using and recycling. 0 No conversations started
Measurable, impact & Returon On Investment (ROI) Clear goals for learning and training are established. Envisage in-depth evaluation to measure the results produced by learning strategies and processes on the capacity development of organizations. 0 No conversations started
Leading to social change The impact of sustainable learning should go beyond the individual and the organizational level, it should aim at impacting society and induce social change. 0 No conversations started
Equitable & efficient leaning A proper market and cost-benefit analysis should be made to ensure efficient and equitable learning that would increase sustainability. 0 No conversations started
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