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Logicearth Learning Services specialises in the design and delivery of practical workplace learning solutions. We work in partnership with organisations to help them make best use of modern learning practices & technologies to support their staff and customers to deliver better business results.

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Posts by Logicearth Learning Services Blog

Are millennials demanding to be free range learners?

At the weekend, I adopted my third batch of battery hens. In their previous 'home', they were kept indoors 24/7, with little room to move […]

Can’t concentrate, won’t concentrate: 5 micro-learning formats that will catalyse your staff

Have you heard the one about our attention span and gold fish? If so; you have probably heard wrong. The idea that we are now […]

Scenarios in eLearning: a case of best not worst

  A writer-friend once gave me the extraordinary gift of the 13-volume Oxford English Dictionary from 1933 – the version, which, he assured me, was […]

How do you get a global engineering company to say it is the best eLearning they’ve ever taken – great stories!

Stories and digital learning for grown-ups Once upon a time there was an Instructional Designer called Niamh. One day, Niamh's boss sent her to visit […]

How L&D works at Allianz Global Investors

  Welcome to the Logicearth blog series for supporting the transformation of L&D. Over recent years, L&D as a support function has faced a lot […]

The constant eLearning gardener

It’s April. And – all you L&D staff out there – you know what that means? It’s gardening time! If I’m a learning consultant by […]

What would you put in eLearning room 101?

This blog isn’t my idea. It’s someone else’s idea. It’s a good idea. ‘Which aspects of eLearning would you put in Room 101?’ she asked. […]

Why does eLearning need a shift to digital learning?

I'll start with a story. We had a team day in Dublin last week - six of us travelled from Belfast to Dublin in two […]

The digital learning revolution means click-to-learn not click-to-comply

We’ve just rolled out a series of new digital learning programmes for three global organisations. The content was complicated and business crticial: not your usual shallow […]

Learning never stops and how to make it so!

I need to book a service for my car soon. This is a relatively simple task; I make a phone call, and I pick a […]

How to use multimedia learning principles to create great digital learning

Applying multimedia learning theory to explainer animations I've recently been involved with a project that had two animations explaining the key concepts of the course. […]

Pause for thought - real stories as an antidote to fake news

I’m an avid listener to BBC Radio 2, and I suppose this makes me a person of a certain age and taste. Those of you […]