Sep 19, 2017
Do we really need to produce new content in L&D, or should we just teach people how to learn for themselves? How would we then measure success, or demonstrate our output to the board?
Ben Betts of HT2 Labs joins Justin and Owen to discuss the role of curation in L&D on this week’s show.
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The articles Owen discusses are:
The Placebo Effect is a Lie: https://medium.com/the-mission/the-placebo-effect-is-a-lie-61a26df35aae
The Weird Power of the Placebo Effect, Explained: https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/7/7/15792188/placebo-effect-explained
Placebo Effects are Weak: Regression to the Mean is the Main Reason Ineffective Treatments Appear to Work: http://www.dcscience.net/2015/12/11/placebo-effects-are-weak-regression-to-the-mean-is-the-main-reason-ineffective-treatments-appear-to-work/