“Learnings” is not a real word. Please stop using it. It is the plural form of the imaginary noun “learning” which is also not a real word.
If we continue to use this, then we’re on a slippery slope to sentences like “The researches resulting in a lot of learnings that increased our knowledges with many informations.”
Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for the evolution of language. I understand what people mean when they say “peruse”, even when they don’t know what they are actually saying… I don’t complain when people ask for “less things” instead of “fewer things”. Although I admit that I cringe a little when people use “super-” in front of words like “exciting” instead of words like “man” and “duper”.
Finally, I’ve found someone who shares my frustration with the Interweb’s determination to use my personal preferences as advertising material…