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Making It Personal: Some Tips On Personalisation For eLearning

Whether your objective is to provide degree-standard education to an entire generation of undergraduates, or skills training for a small group in an office or workshop setting, the simple fact remains that, internally, no two individuals will take exactly the same path to that goal.   Everyone is different. But it’s possible to use this […]

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Getting The Most Value From Your LMS

With the global expenditure on learning management systems (LMSs) still rising from its level of over $2.5 billion in 2014 (a year that saw growth of 15% in the training industry as a whole – its highest rate in more than 15 years), and no stopping the continuing evolution of technologies impacting all fields of […]

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An Introduction to Heutagogy

As technologies and our methods of communicating evolve, societies change, and so too do our perspectives on education. In this article an introduction to heutagogy, we’ll be looking at an educational philosophy that in theory integrates very comfortably with the technologies and techniques of eLearning, but poses some challenges in practice: heutagogy. What is Heutagogy? […]

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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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