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The Future of Work and Learning

This paper by D2L highlights the changing nature of work and how societies must embrace new or hybrid learning models to allow individuals and economies to thrive going forward. Without a fundamental transformation in how we think about lifelong learning and skill development, individuals, communities, and whole economies will be left behind.

This paper by D2L, highlights the ways in which work and learning need to shift to be more skills-focused, in line with technological development and changing societal norms. The paper explores why we must embrace new or hybrid learning models to transform our thinking about lifelong learning and skills development to allow individuals and economies to thrive going forward.

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