A localisation is a translation of a course from one language to another, right? In e-learning the term localisation includes the translation of a course.
The world of learning management systems is a vast one. There are hundreds of commercial LMS products available as well as open source products.
As we look back over our past year at Epic, our open source products are still primarily focused on Moodle, but we have begun to branch out.
LINE, along with their client, Jaguar Land Rover, presented a case study titled, 'Mobile Learning: developing an enterprise wide global programme.'
UXD is a rather exciting sounding acronym that simply means ‘User Experience Design’. This is the art of designing from the user’s point of view.
Steve Barden, tackles the subject of engaging learners in technology-supported programmes, and gives valuable advice for increasing learner engagement.
It is a well known fact in the automotive industry that the role of a Sales Manager has the biggest influence over the performance of a dealership.
Demand for leadership learning is increasing, leaving behind traditional, directive management structures and move towards a more service-based economy.
Last month, I attended and presented at my first Moodle iMoot. For those of you unfamiliar with Moodle Moots, these are regional conferences held annually.
LEO Learning's Design Director, Andrew Joly, gives valuable tips for designing learner journeys as part of a learning architecture.
The purpose of this event, held at London’s historic Royal Institution, was to share and validate our latest work on Learning Architectures..
Andrew Joly discusses the role of marketing communications in designing learning programmes that adopt an ‘architectural’, resource-based approach.