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eLearning Marketplace provides a place to compare, buy and sell e-learning courses from a range of top providers. Our blog includes posts by eLearning Marketplace staff and experts from a range of sectors, looking at how e-learning is changing the face of education.

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Posts by eLearning Marketplace Blog

A Simple Blended Solution for the New Apprenticeship Standards

The team at eLearning Marketplace is delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s FE Week AAC Apprenticeship Conference at the ICC in Birmingham. Ahead of […]

New Range of Learning Technology Development Skills Courses

We are delighted to announce that we are extending our range of subjects to include exciting new courses focusing on learning technology development skills. As […]

Two Valuable Blended Learning Tips to Help Improve your Ofsted Grades

By Matt Ewens – Matt is a professional writer with a unique knowledge and experience of post 16 education. Blended learning is not a new […]

What Type of Teacher or Trainer are You?

By Elisabetta Lando I came across this question when looking at this infographic (http://elearninginfographics.com/what-type-of-teacher-are-you-infographic) and it got me wondering. I think we all look back […]

New Partnership with Warren Knight and Think Digital First

We are really pleased to announce a new partnership with Warren Knight and Think Digital First who bring with them the extremely popular CPD certified […]

Is self-learning the future of education?

By Matt Ewens Many years ago, I covered a case study on how a college library had bought into self-service machines to enable learners to […]

Are schools providing students with the skills to succeed in a technological world?

By Carolyn Lewis, Managing Director, eLearning Marketplace Ltd EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) has published their Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, […]

Scenario Based Mobile Learning to Teach English

By Elisabetta Lando This note to students has been circulating around on different social media for years now (origin unknown!) but it always makes me […]

Why Technology Means Accessibility for All

By Elisabetta Lando The Equality Act 2010 means that employers and education providers have a duty to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for learners and employees with […]

New partnership with Laser Systems

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Laser Systems who bring with them their excellent range of Early Years online training. At only […]

Our MD is delivering a webinar on technology and the new Apprenticeship Standards

Our Managing Director, Carolyn Lewis, is delivering a webinar on behalf of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers, funded by the Education Training Foundation, […]

E-Learning Success Stories

In the 90s e-learning success stories were in short supply but as instructional design, content development and accessibility to online content has improved we now […]