Learning Benchmark

This blog is a response to the challenge of finding best-in-class learning design. Principally it’s about design, new technologies and eLearning. Anything that helps to showcase and provide inspiration gets included.

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Posts by Learning Benchmark

Interactive photos, new buildings and the London skyline.

The Guardian has put together this interesting interactive photo series to illustrate the  effect of the ever-changing London skyline and how new construction of larger and taller […]

Gameplay as an introduction to data mining and taxonomy

Google Feud is an interesting online game using Google autocomplete. It is a good way to open a discussion into data mining and taxonomy. The […]

How To Teach Adults by Dan Spalding (free download)

Interesting Boingboing.net article by Cory Doctorow discussing “How to Teach Adults: Get a Job; Plan Your Class; Teach Your Students; Change the World. Dan Spalding’s How to […]

Stylish use of long scroll for learning content

Journey to the Centre of the Earth How far would you have to travel to reach the Earth’s core? And what would you see along […]

Designing UI/UX? Great resource for discovering dos and don’ts

When it comes to creating e-learning I’ve designed many a UI/UX. Occasionally I’ve designed something that I thought was ‘great’ and ‘obvious’ only to have […]

Designing UI/UX? Great resource for discovering dos and don’ts

When it comes to creating e-learning I’ve designed many a UI/UX. Occasionally I’ve designed something that I thought was ‘great’ and ‘obvious’ only to have […]

Stylish use of long scroll for learning content

Journey to the Centre of the Earth How far would you have to travel to reach the Earth’s core? And what would you see along […]

How To Teach Adults by Dan Spalding (free download)

Interesting Boingboing.net article by Cory Doctorow discussing “How to Teach Adults: Get a Job; Plan Your Class; Teach Your Students; Change the World. Dan Spalding’s How to […]

Gameplay as an introduction to data mining and taxonomy

Google Feud is an interesting online game using Google autocomplete. It is a good way to open a discussion into data mining and taxonomy. The […]

Interactive photos, new buildings and the London skyline.

The Guardian has put together this interesting interactive photo series to illustrate the  effect of the ever-changing London skyline and how new construction of larger and taller […]

Fascinating data visualisation

Interesting way to show the daily complexity and volumes of air traffic across the UK and Europe in a way that is both cinematic and […]

Interesting use of long scroll for storytelling

A beautiful BBC News feature tells the story of Russian cosmonaut Alexei Leonov who became the first human to perform a spacewalk as part of the […]

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