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What Learning Technologies Can We Expect in 2016?

With digital, communications, and associated technologies continuing to evolve, the year ahead promises to take learning technology to new levels. With that in mind, let’s have a look at some likely developments, and how the discussion on learning technologies is likely to take shape in 2016. Augmented Reality Expect a huge shift from clunky cardboard […]

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e-Learning Across the Generation Gaps

e-Learning courses and materials for online consumption are sometimes designed from a single point of view. This loses sight of the fact that a typical training course may be taken by learners from all walks of life – and all age groups. Each demographic has its own behaviour patterns (a blend of past experience, contemporary […]

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Wearable Technology, in eLearning?

Google Glass has been a less than clear-cut success, and the Apple Watch has yet to be really seen. Still, there’s no denying it; wearable technology has come to stay. And with it come new opportunities, and potential applications in the field of learning. Augmented Reality Wearable tech is a 24/7 option, which can be […]

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3 eLearning courses that could benefit your business

With eLearning, your people can absorb more information, faster, by choosing what, when and how to learn. There’s no need to schedule classrooms, or travel to another building. That’s all well, and good. But, what should you and your staff be learning? Here are three suggestions: 1. Consumer Learning Consumer learning is activity by individuals […]

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Is Elearning Subject To Unconscious Bias?

Unconscious bias is a concept relating to the way that we understand context. Often it can be influenced by our subjective understanding of the world, but it can affect us negatively. It can mean that we don’t understand or relate to something impartially. Put simply, unconscious bias refers to the biases that we all harbour […]

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Tapping Newsfeeds to Keep Courses Up to Date

Making eLearning courses engaging is one challenge. Keeping them fresh and interesting, presents another. What if there was a way to assure dynamic content for a course – content that could continually update itself? That’s where RSS newsfeeds come in. What is RSS? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It’s a range of file formats […]

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How to use YouTube effectively in eLearning

There are lots of strategies for creating an effective elearning campaign and no doubt you will have adopted and tried many of them. But have you considered the use of video in your stratgy? Video is being consumed on a massive scale thanks to the mobile revolution and and as such, the use of a […]

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eLearning and Unconscious Bias

The Oxford English Dictionary describes “bias” as being a preference or inclination – particularly one that inhibits impartial judgement. It can also be an unfair act or policy springing from prejudice. We all have preferences. People feel more comfortable with others who are like them, or that they have things in common with. We can […]

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E-learning Statistics for 2014

e-Learning is a huge growth area and much has been written recently about its potential applications. From the more hands on BYOD practice, to the simple fact that e-Learning allows businesses to reach multiple employees all at once, the model becomes increasingly important. There are a number of great reasons to consider e-learning practice in […]

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The Golden Rules of E-Learning

E-Learning is a practice gaining momentum and businesses are happily implementing it to better reach its employees. The educational benefit in terms of teaching staff members is huge and with the advent of BYOD policies, businesses are embracing a better-connected and better-trained workforce with open arms. However, it’s important to make sure that the e-learning […]

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