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Jul 18, 2017

Asking good questions, listening carefully, checking facts: all skills associated with journalists. But these are the exact same skills that can help us improve as learning and development (L&D) professionals.

On this week's GoodPractice Podcast, L&D's editor-in-chief Martin Couzins joins Ross and Owen to share his insight into the crossover between those two professions, and the lessons you can learn from journalism.

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The Jeremy Paxman v Michael Howard interview that Martin referenced can be viewed on YouTube at:

Mary Meeker's 2017 Internet Trends report can be found at:

The tl;dr version can be found at TechCrunch, which includes a bullet list of key points and a highlights version:

A good demo of Hololens can be seen here: .

The official Microsoft page for Hololens is at:

This video demonstration of a Hololens game demonstrates Ross' point about the relatively low-quality graphics:

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Next week, our guest is international speaker Ger Driesen, who will be sharing his advice for getting started delivering online learning.