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Facilitating Collective and Social Learning

Facilitating Collective and Social Learning

Clair Doloriert, William Boulton, Sally Anne Sambrook

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Support your organisation in achieving its L&D objectives with collective and social learning.

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About the book

Facilitating Collective and Social Learning is the essential text for any students studying Learning & Development (L&D) as part of undergraduate or postgraduate courses, and is the supporting text for the CIPD level 5 Unit 5CSL. It will develop your understanding of collective and social learning within the workplace by identifying and exploring what we mean by the terms 'collective' and 'social', explaining the use of collective over group, collaborative and co-operative learning, and consider the implications of this for L&D and HRD practitioners and their practice. The authors describe the emergent manifestations of collective and social learning within the workplace, and introduce and assess different theoretical models. You will explore the key current social media and e-learning tools, technologies and their applications for L&D, and how social media and e-learning tools can be employed to meet organisational learning objectives.

Ideal for professionals looking to further their understanding of the field, you will learn how collective and social learning can support your organisation in achieving its L&D goals and wider business objectives. Easy to navigate and clearly written, Facilitating Collective and Social Learning will provide you with the solid grounding in the theory so that you can apply and benefit from it in practice.


Table Of Contents

    • Chapter - 01: Defining Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 1.1: Introducing Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 1.2: Comparing and Contrasting Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 1.3: Other Terms and How They Fit With Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 1.4: Individual Learning Within Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 1.5: Conclusion;
    • Chapter - 02: Theory and Practice of Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 2.1: Collective and Social Learning Within the Workplace;
      • - - 2.2: Assess Different Models of Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 2.3: Collective and Social Learning’s Role Within Organisational Learning;
      • - - 2.4: Conclusion;
    • Chapter - 03: Technology for Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 3.1: A Brief History of Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 3.2: Identify the Key Current and Social Media and E-Learning Tools and Technologies and their application;
      • - - 3.3: Explore How Social Media and E-Learning Can Be Employed By Various Groups to Meet Organisational Learning Objectives;
      • - - 3.4: Conclusion;
    • Chapter - 04: Implications for L&D and HRD;
      • - - 4.1: Challenges to Implementing Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 4.2: Overcoming Barriers to Implementation of Collective and Social Learning;
      • - - 4.3: Conclusion;
    • Chapter - 05: Concluding Collective & Social Learning



Book Details

About the Author

Clair Doloriert is a lecturer in Organisational Learning at the University Of Wales Bangor.

William Boulton is the HE Business Management and Enterprise External Examiner at Sheffield Hallam University.

Sally Anne Sambrook is Professor of Human Resource Development at Bangor Business School.


Clair Doloriert


William Boulton


Sally Anne Sambrook