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Teresa Lovell 7 ways to boost your strategy in 2018

As we near the end of 2017, L&D departments are busy looking ahead to next year and designing their learning strategies for 2018.

From improving search facilities for learners to encouraging social learning, there is plenty to consider when designing your strategy.

With this in mind, we have created a short video infographic, with 7 key tips that we believe will help you make your 2018 strategy the best it can be.

Why not take a look now?

 

Teresa Lovell

Teresa Lovell, Design Specialist, Bray Leino Learning

Teresa creates all our infographics for us and they cover a wide range of topics. In her blogs she not only gives tips on software and design, but she also discusses other topics that catch her eye and she hopes you find them interesting.

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