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Learning Environments by Design

Catherine Lombardozzi

Learning Environments by Design deeply explores today's workplace learning. This book empowers you to customize learning for your workforce and unearths the answers to the questions you've been asking: How does learning happen? What is the future of instructional design? What makes learning environments work?

Since the boom of e-learning, informal learning, and social learning, the learning environment landscape has changed dramatically and now offers a wide array of options for supporting knowledge and skill development at work. In this book, learning strategist Catherine Lombardozzi describes practical ways to customize learning experiences by creating a curated approach to skills development--one that features informal and social learning, developmental activities, experiential learning, as well as formal training.

Authored by a career learning professional with more than 30 years' experience, Learning Environments by Design is filled with useful examples, resources, and suggested learning environment blueprints to help you continue to be successful in a field that is forever changing.

In this book, you will learn to:

  • design a learning environment that supports learning and performance
  • deliver more focused and impactful solutions to learning needs
  • scaffold self-directed and social learning.
  • Book Details

    • Publisher: ASTD
    • Publish Date: Sep 14th, 2015
    • Pages: 192
    • Language: English
    • Dimensions: 7.90in - 5.40in - 0.50in - 0.45lb
    • EAN: 9781562869977
    • Categories: EducationInformation ManagementMentoring & Coaching

    About the Author

    Lombardozzi, Catherine: - Catherine Lombardozzi is a career workplace learning professional with more than 30 years' experience in the field. As founder of Learning 4 Learning Professionals, she is dedicated to supporting the professional development of designers, facilitators, faculty members, learning consultants, and learning leaders in corporate and academic contexts. Catherine's work emphasizes embracing engaging techniques and leveraging emerging technologies, along with drawing on the insight found in the theory and research base of our field. She contributes to professional conferences and journals, and she teaches graduate-level courses in adult learning, instructional design, learning technology, e-collaboration, and consulting. Catherine holds a doctoral degree in human and organizational learning from George Washington University. You can learn more about her ongoing work and background at