Jane Hart's recently published top 200 tools for learning shows that learning professionals are mostly using tools to learn that are NOT the tools they traditionally use to create and share learning within their organisations. The first elearning tool - Articulate - comes in at 25 on the list and only two learning management systems are listed in the top 100 tools. Only a handful are listed in the full list. But most corporate learning is pushed through an LMS. Isn't this a case of asking colleagues to do as I say not as I do?
IF L&D professionals are using consumer technology to learn then shouldn't that be a starting point for great learning design or least feature as a part of learning design?