How strong is your learning brand?

How strong is your learning brand?

Last month Carl ran a workshop at World of Learning for platinum delegates exploring why learning brands are more important than ever before. We covered a range of topics including: • An anatomy of your learning brand and how to judge its health • Strategies for...
Making learning replayable – lessons from games

Making learning replayable – lessons from games

I’ve been following a few conversations over the past six months about the connection between game and learning design. Karl Kapp, a gamification expert, who writes extensively on the topic, suggests that learning designers should be able to make great games as...
LearnerLab panel session at Learning Technologies (Day 1)

LearnerLab panel session at Learning Technologies (Day 1)

Digital technology is changing how we behave. So, it’s great to see Learning Technologies embrace the impact our hyperconnected reality is having on how we behave at work by inviting Brian Solis to open this year’s conference. From this keynote to some notable...
iBeacons – five learning concepts

iBeacons – five learning concepts

iBeacons are a new feature in iOS7 that allow apps to be triggered by low cost signal emitters that can be placed anywhere, including indoors, and even on moving targets. We believe this opens up a whole new world of possibilities of delivering learning content to...
Common e-learning traps and how to escape them

Common e-learning traps and how to escape them

We were delighted to be invited to speak at the autumn Charity Learning Consortium’s members meet last week. Martin Baker and his team are doing great things in the charity sector and Global Giveback UK, dedicated to providing free learning materials to charity...