This paper presents the Learnovation vision for 2025 within and around the world of work and combining formal, non-formal and informal learning features, i.e.: inter-organisational learning, e-learning in the workplace and professional learning networks. These “territories” can be represented graphically according to their position in a continuum ranging from individual initiative to learning to coordinate organisational initiatives. This continuum reflects vast differentiation in e-learning territories developing within and around the world of work: firstly, learning in professional contexts can be encouraged and actively supported by an organisational initiative (e.g. learning centres in companies offering on-demand learning opportunities to their employees or peer learning and support, enhanced/enabled by ICT), while secondly, it may be the result of an individual initiative (such as joining an existing professional network) and could be generated through informal learning initiatives.
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