Science has been aware for over a century that ability to learn varies with arousal. But full implications of this effect have only recently become clear.
As 2013 draws to a close, we look back on Epic's events and share our predictions for 2014. Read our annual roundup here.
So it’s been a busy few months since the last blog about Code Club when I promised to go into more detail about the next steps.
With performance support being such a hot topic in the world of learning technologies, we ask the question: when do we need performance support?
Animations can be a great way of communicating complex information in a fun and interesting way. See our top 7 tips on writing a great animation.
Assessments can be a valuable learning tool, but could there be any problems with how they are implemented? Read our top tips on engaging assessments here.
As a new member of the Epic team, I’m learning a vast amount about e-learning in a very short space of time. See our introduction to e-learning here.
One thing I'm sometimes asked is whether e-learning can really achieve behavioural change? We delve into the world of technology and behaviour.
As a learning designer for bespoke training courses, one of the perks is attending face-to-face client meetings. Read more about updating your e-learning.
Last week, Epic’s CEO Jonathan Satchell joined a UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) trade delegation to China. Read his thoughts and insights here.
This post explores the disruptive effects of technology on the learning function. Read our top 7 tips for easing your tech pains.
As part of our continuing look at The New Learning Organisation, we discuss the pros and cons that technology creates for L&D.