48 Books Every Aspiring Chief Learning Officer Should Read
I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for recommendations of books that will help me do what I do better. Here is an exciting new curated list of learning and development books for the educational and business learning community.
Part of my excitement, I will confess, is that The Online Teaching Survival Guide: Simple and Practical Pedagogical Tips by me and Rita-Marie Conrad made the list, along with many of my personal favorite classics. Also, the list provides excellent descriptions and annotations.
See if your favorites made the list and find new favorites!
PS If you are teaching an education course, it will also be a great set of references for your students.
2 thoughts on “New Curated list of Learning and Development Classics – New and Old”
Which comes first? Learning or teaching? Teaching or learning? Thankfully, this is nothing like the classic chicken and egg problem. Learning always comes first. Before you settle down to training your employees, you first have to know how adults learn. The books in this category will help you with that.
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