“Every new age has made largely irrelevant the skills and crafts so prized in the previous age. Wheelwrights, carders, typesetters; once essential jobs that have been superceded by automation. The message is clear: adapt or die. So, what of L&D? Teachers, students and tools of learning have existed from the very beginning but they are no longer immune to the effects of technological progress. How are these fundamental roles changing and what does the future hold for workplace learning professionals?