The road of mobile learning has always had serious potholes for organisations wanting to drive value and performance from their IT deployment.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a new trend in the workplace, leading on from successful ‘Bring Your Own Computer’ initiatives within many organisations.
Throughout the year technology advanced and LEO launched Gomo learning, the first learning authoring tool to deliver to multiple platforms.
Is it R.I.P. for the e-learning course? Patrick Thomas LINE's Key Account Director for the Energy Sector discusses the possibility.
In the 30 years since their inception, video games have received an enormous amount of attention for their potential effects on children and young people.
What learning needs does mobile learning address well? Andrew Joly and Bruce Wood address mobile learning in organisations.
Katie Hart went to Power of One at Battersea Power Station last Friday. We found out about the event and her experience there.
There is a sea of change occurring in attitudes to games-based learning. Eighteen months ago there was low interest in serious games for training.
Patrick Thomas offers a summary of Martin Anderson's article on Behavioural Safety and Major Accident Hazards: Magic Bullet or Shot in the Dark?
How can social media have an impact on learning where you work? We report from the Campaign for Learning’s Learning at Work Day with British Airways.
'Kill the courses, shut down the training department’: has that really been the response of organisations to the advent of informal learning?
Andrew Joly, Director of Strategic Design, focuses on the role of working relationships and change within the 70:20:10 model of organisational learning.