LEO Learning's Mark Aberdour attended xAPI Barcamp, a Learning Technologies 2015 fringe event. Find out how he got on and the key topics covered in this post.
Platforms consultant Mark Aberdour takes a look at what effect the ephemeral web could have on learning technologies in the future.
LEO Learning's Tin Can expert Andrew Downes explains more about the content types available when making use of Tin Can and its related Learning Record Stores.
Steve Barden looks at competencies, and some of issues surrounding competence-based approaches within the New Learning Organisation.
Learning Locker, an open source LRS, has just launched in alpha. Here are our three reasons why Learning Locker could go far.
We attended Learning Technologies this year. Read the highlights of Jim Kirkpatrick’s 'Re-evaluating Evaluation: showing the business value of training'.
After being frustrated by one electronic sign on a recent journey, I started thinking – how effective a communication tool are these electronic signs?
Epic Solutions Architect and Tin Can working group member Andrew Downes gives his Tin Can predictions for 2014... Read about it here.
You'll probably be familiar with this phrase about physical training. It says that if the training isn't hard, then you won't achieve the results you want.
Earlier this year version 1.0.0 of the much-touted Experience API (formerly known as Tin Can API) was released. Read about the benefits here.
In this blog post, we examine the important issue of Learning Governance, and give five top tips for New Learning Organization governance.
As featured in this month's Elearning Age, we look at The New Learning Organisation with Steve Barden looking at the benefits for training.