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Centre’s New Microlearning Prototype and Survey: Pilot Course on Work for Human Development

*Update: The deadline for the survey has been extended to June 20, 2017. You still have time to contribute!*

Centre’s New Microlearning Prototype and Survey: Pilot Course on Work for Human Development

The last few months have been very exciting at the ITCILO. We have been very busy working on a number of projects, courses, and MOOCs. One of the innovation projects we are most excited about is prototyping a new microlearning pilot.

 

The microlearning prototype, “A Crash Course on Work for Human Development” rethinks and broadens the concept of work that goes beyond simply jobs or employment. It aims to explain the fundamentals of the role of work in society, and the importance of decent work in promoting human development and sustainable development. This microlearning pilot is aimed to be accessible for all, which also include professionals in the UN family and ILO’s social partners, meaning governments, workers and employers of member countries.

 

RELATED: New Report Release: The Centre Prototypes Microlearning Using Design Thinking

 

Have Your Say on Our New Microlearning Prototype

We wish to involve you in a new initiative put on by the Centre. Our aim is to improve and create a sustainable learning solution that not only educates and inspires, but also that is applicable to your everyday life.

 

In order for us to better meet your training and learning needs, we invite you to take part in providing feedback on our microlearning prototype. We invite you to go through our microlearning  prototype and then evaluate it based on its design, content, and user-experience in the survey below. The information gathered from this survey will be used to improve the next iteration of the prototype.

 

The microlearning prototype is available in pdf. format. We encourage you to go through the pdf. on your mobile device, and as if each page was a new screen. As you go through the prototype, please consider its advantages and disadvantages, as well as its applicability to your particular situation.

The prototype can be found here (Best to open on a mobile device):

 

Provide your inputs to our microlearning feedback survey here:

 

For further information, we invite you to view our Prototyping Using Design Thinking Report blog post.

 

Please provide your feedback by the end of Tuesday, June 13, 2017. (Update: The deadline for the survey has been extended to June 20, 2017.) Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns at delta@itcilo.org.
Thank you in advance for taking 6-8 minutes of your time to test our new microlearning pilot. The information you provide will be valuable and will inform how we can better serve your training and learning needs.

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Kai Hsin Hung

Kai-Hsin Hung is an External Collaborator with the ITC-ILO. He develops and designs curriculum and prototypes new sustainable learning solutions. His focus is innovation and knowledge synthesis of complex development challenges, including the future of work, food security, and climate change. He has broad experience in various roles in international advocacy, program management, and policy research at the International Development Research Centre and Global Affairs Canada. Follow him at @KaiHsinHung

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