Pointers from Josh's presentation at Online Educa in Berlin, with recommendations from Bersin & Associates 2010 report on High-Impact Learning Culture.
What makes a learning experience (and therefore the subject/skills learnt) literally unforgettable? We discuss the emotional connection to learning.
This blog post reviews the 70/20/10 model and highlights its adoption within organisations and learning design.
This blog post is about what learning maturity means to organizations and their training programs.
Blog post about serious games and highlights case studies where they are generating real results for organisations.
John Helmer documents on events of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG) AGM. The event seemed to try and bridge; between Education and Training.
The Future of Work, sequel to The History of Work by former FT journalist Richard Donkin, is about the changing face of work in the 21st century.
Nick Barker, Project Manager, at LINE gives his personal slant on the launch of an innovative iPad learning programme for the Royal Artillery.
For a book designed for increasing audience engagement, it is strange that A Guide to Authentic e-Learning is as exciting as party political broadcasts.
What have Star Wars, the BBC and a seminal work of comparative mythology got to do with scenario-based learning? Steve Ash describes the genesis of DCF.
A recent defence conference was an opportunity for LINE and the Royal Artillery Training Development Team, to show more innovative learning programmes.
John Helmer shows how LEO Learning helped the Dealer Training team at Jaguar Land Rover to grow towards maturity in technology-supported learning.