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.
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.
One of the great things about an open source project like Moodle is that anybody can get involved. Read about our experience with writing code for Moodle.
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.
Kath Fleet examines occupational psychologist Daniel Goleman's research on the science of first impressions, applying it to effective induction training.
Lars Hyland is Epic’s Head of Consulting Services. He talks about disruptive innovation and what that means for learning technology.