Multi-level impact of digital continuous professional development log on workplace learning

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Okonkwo, O. and Ebenade, K. 2022. Multi-level impact of digital continuous professional development log on workplace learning.
AuthorsOkonkwo, O. and Ebenade, K.
TypeConference paper
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The paper presents an empirical study on the impact of ‘digital learning and development log’ on formal and informal organisational learning. Using action-research method of inquiry, learning activities and outcomes of employees and managers on digital log created for continuous professional development (CPD) in a multinational services company were observed, documented, and analysed. The results highlight the role of the digital CPD-log in integrating formal and informal learning activities in the company, which positively influenced overall organisational learning and performance at multiple levels.

KeywordsWorkplace learning; Digital learning; CPD, ; Learning log; informal learning
Year2022
ConferenceTheory and Application in the Knowledge Economy (TAKE) Conference
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