Which business and technology trends will define the future of life and work? What products and services will tomorrow’s customer want? How can you better adapt to change and uncertainty? Today, we’re proud to introduce POP FUTURE™ (http://www.FuturistsSpeakers.com/PopFuture) — a faster, friendlier approach to training and education that can help you answer these questions in record time.
Grounded in principles of micro-learning, the POP FUTURE method (again, free for all to download and enjoy) can help educators, trainers, and communications pros deliver bite-sized learning content just in time when audiences need it — and grant busy professionals fluency in emerging topics in a fraction of traditional learning periods. In other words: If a picture is worth a thousand words, POP FUTURE asks us: How can we likewise find ways to communicate an entire market research report or training manual’s worth of content in just minutes? David Thomas, PhD, executive director of online programs at the University of Denver, and co-founder of Professors at Play, is helping provide learning content and educational programming.
A milestone in professional education, the POP FUTURE learning system will be further expanded in coming months with a mix of free videos, eBooks, tutorials, and other training supplements, which will be made available at its official website.
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