On switch

Here at GoodPractice, we often speak about learning tech as if everybody is already using it. This week, we want to take a step back for a discussion on getting started.

So, today, international speaker and trendcatcher Ger Driesen of aNewSpring joins Ross and Stef to share his advice for anyone looking to launch their first online solution.

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If you'd like to share your thoughts on the show, you can find Ger on Twitter @GerDriesen, Ross @RossGarnerGP and Stef @Stefania_Scott.

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You can subscribe to Ger's learning notes at: https://www.anewspring.com/gers-learning-notes/.

Cathy Moore's 'Is training really the answer?' blog can be found at: http://blog.cathy-moore.com/2013/05/is-training-really-the-answer-ask-the-flowchart/.

Our case study on how Edrington use the GoodPractice toolkit is available at: http://www.goodpractice.com/our-clients/edrington/.

A source for Stef's 'cacti vs cactuses' discussion is available here: http://grammarist.com/usage/cacti-cactuses/.

And the story of Winona Ryder's connection to Polly Klass was covered by Newsweek: http://www.newsweek.com/sad-case-polly-klaas-190468.

Finally, Sam Burrough's excellent blog on instructional design is available at: http://www.transform-elearning.com/duolingo-instructional-design-strategies/.

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Next week, our guest is Sean Brown, from Virgin Money, speaking about inspiration for L&D.

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