Andrew Downes explores failing a task. He integrates the use of Tin Can as a tracking tool for organisations, focusing on failure as a quality control.
I've been involved in Tin Can for over a year now. Through most of that time there's another project similar to Tin Can that's being developed..
John Helmer reports from Day One of iVentiv's 4th Learning Technologies, Executive Knowledge Exchange in London, on the importance of CLOs.
Instructional designer turned Multimedia Producer Tim Webster introduces Epic's expanded digital learning resources offering.
Raoul Dewhurst comments on the process of learning with mobile phones, looking to toddlers for the answers. Read about bottom up learning design here.
It's been a long time coming but finally Moodle is now truly mobile friendly. Are you interested in rolling out multi device learning to your Moodle?
Ben Betts, CEO of HT2 and creator of the gamified social learning platform Curatr, suggests the concept of re-designing the blended learning experience.
CMI5 uses Tin Can for its communication between e-learning courses. CMI5 also deals with the packaging, launching and structuring of e-learning courses..
One important decision to be made when using a mobile for learning and communications is your choice of development route. Ferry Van Der Vorst shares.
Chief Executive Jonathan Satchell won the Top Gear day at a charity auction held for companies who support good causes, ours being Events for Namuwonga..
We were commissioned to redesign the onboarding programme, to counter the failure of the existing programme to effectively tackle these issues.
In this post, our Head of Production Chris Tedd explores how Epic transformed the business which culminated in our winning E-learning Company of the Year.