MWL 2020 is a continuously updated resource written by Jane Hart.
It explains how in the modern workplace there is a need for a
new approach to learning and development
You can purchase access here.
For 2021 a new, separate, resource, Back to Basics, is being prepared,
which provides practical guidance on the use of basic tools
to help the virtual L&D function.
Let me know if you want to be informed when Back to Basics is ready.

More than modern training;
how to support all the ways of learning at work
A Practical Resource for Virtual L&D:
tools, examples and good practices
  1. Understand Modern Workplace Learning ⇐ This first section is free to view
  2. Re-think training in the modern workplace
  3. Is training the right answer to a problem?
  4. Design modern approaches to in-person training
  5. Run effective live virtual training
  6. Create flexible content
  7. Offer micro-training
  8. Foster learnability
  9. Promote a daily self-learning habit
  10. Build modern learning skills
  11. Curate learning opportunities
  12. Run a learning campaign
  13. Adopt a formal process of self-development
  14. Inspire modern managers
  15. Help workers get more out of their daily work
  16. Encourage reflective practices
  17. Design on-the-job learning activities
  18. Assist managers with on the job development
  19. Use immersive learning technologies
  20. Help managers understand social learning
  21. Help teams share and learn from one another
  22. Guide social learning experiences
  23. Facilitate team building
  24. Manage Communities of Practice
  25. Coordinate an internal events calendar
  1. Back to Basics: 10 lessons for virtual L&D for 2021 ⇐ This introductory article free to read
  2. Create training materials and performance support resources –  using office tools like Word and PowerPoint
  3. Deliver training by email – using tools like Outlook and Mailchimp
  4. Support individuals and enable group learning – using a chat tool like WhatsApp or Skype
  5. Run engaging virtual sessions – using a web meeting platform like Zoom or Teams
  6. Facilitate social and collaborative learning – using collaboration tools and platforms like Teams, Slack, Padlet, etc
  7. Provide daily opportunities for learning –  using a platform like WordPress
  8. Build a learning portal – using a platform like WordPress or Google Sites
  9. Develop hybrid learning programs – using a variety of tools and platforms
  10. Get feedback, track training and analyse data  – using tools like Google Forms/Microsoft Forms, and Excel or Google Sheets
  11. Strengthen learning from the daily work – using a digital notebook like OneNote or Evernote
  12. Empower personal learning – using a range of free tools and services

Note this is one of a series of 3 complementary resources produced by Jane Hart. Other two are:
How to become a Modern Learner is intended to help individuals
take charge of their own continuous self-improvement and self-development.
Grow And Develop your Team: A Guide for Modern Managers is intended to help
managers have a more active role in the development of their people.

Modern Workplace Learning is a trading name of Tesserae Ltd