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A “continuous learning technology stack” is the sum of all of the technologies that an organization leverages for the purposes of continuous employee learning and development. It encompasses technologies designed specifically for the purpose of learning (shown in the solid circles in the figure below); this also comprises those technologies which were not created specifically for learning, but have been adapted for that purpose (shown in the outlined circles in the figure below).
This figure illustrates how various categories of technology are mapped to the four major contexts in which people learn:
We refer to these categories as the “four Es” of continuous learning. This figure also lists enablers, which are those factors that must be present to ensure smooth adoption of learning technology within an organization.
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