Words are essential. They play a vital role in learning by informing, prompting, persuading and more. But is less more when it comes to elearning?
Not everyone perceives colour in the same way. When making learning accessible, how can you develop accessible learning content without compromising colour?
When designing effective e-learning for Senior Leaders or Director-level audiences, it’s important to understand the common challenges this audience face.
The L&D is more able to demonstrate the value of learning when they work together with business leaders.
Get to know your learners - Here at Leo, we place the learner at the centre of the design process from conception to delivery and beyond.
As e-learning designers, we pride ourselves on editing, restructuring and repurposing dry material into appealing content. There are numerous tools that we can use to achieve this aim, such as ensuring textual brevity throughout, but there is one tool that causes much uproar: humour.
In this blog post, we look at the myths surrounding games in learning, and at some common misconceptions about the design and application.
MoodleMoot 2016 key themes: mobile, moodle ecosystem, backing and positoning.
LEO Learning specialises in identifying the optimal blend of training models and the best learning methodology for each.
As a Founding Ambassador, LEO Learning is proud to sponsor Towards Maturity’s upcoming In-Focus report on how L&D can demonstrate business impact.
Measurement in training and development has been long overlooked. In this blog, we take a look at how you can begin measuring informal learning.
Learning Consultant Patrick Billingsley reflects on his time at Learning Technologies 2016 and ponders the future of technology for workplace learning