Logicearth Learning Services Blog

Logicearth Learning Services, based in Ireland, was formed in 2009 to support organisations in the implementation of high impact digital learning in a practical way. We specialize in the development of multi-device digital learning content and using learning technologies, bringing the latest thinking in design, learning methodologies and technology to practical execution. Through continuous researching of trends in the marketplace, we are early adopters of solutions that are practical, effective and that will get results for your organization. Our mission is to be the most customer-centric of all learning services providers. We aim to inspire and support our clients, offering them modern workplace learning solutions that best fit their needs. Our standing in the industry is demonstrated by our involvement and repeat business with clients such as Kerry Group, Bank of New York Mellon, Allianz Global Investors, eir, Capita, Fexco, Mastercard and many others. Additionally, we contribute to the modern learning movement as a thought leader, both on our blog (blog.logicearth.com) and on social media.

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Posts by Logicearth Learning Services Blog

The curse of knowledge… and How to Defeat It

It may seem strange for a learning designer to write an article entitled ‘The Curse of Knowledge’. After all, making knowledge accessible and helping learners […]

Consulting for change

At Logicearth, we think of ourselves as a learning consultancy. But what exactly is consultancy and how does this work in relation to L&D?

A Sense of Belonging

Online learning can – to quote the founding principles of the BBC – inform, educate and entertain, but it doesn’t often attain such heights as […]

eLearning in the workplace – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The new normal is now becoming a little less new; and many of us are tentatively peeking out from a nearly 2-year hibernation of sorts.  […]

Cohort-based learning: Putting the social experience first

  What connects the co-founders of Udemy, altMBA and Socratic? They’ve created a cohort-based learning platform called Maven, with millions of dollars of funding from […]

You've got to show up - Why effective learning needs employees to step up to the plate

This might be a little contentious.

A positive reflection on learning

Traditionally at this time of year we are inundated by blogs and articles about the new and exciting learning technologies and tools that are expected […]

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: When to train

Recently I’ve been involved in more and more conversations about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and particularly where “training” comes into play in an organisation’s DE&I […]

The Fosway 9 - Grid for Talent & People Success

What does the consolidation of employee technologies (let's call them all EX tech for simplicity's sake) mean for talent?

Educational Podcasts - a great resource for L&D

In my last blog I wrote about the medium of instructional videos in learning. There’s another mode that’s caught my ear recently – podcasts.  

Upskilling & Reskilling: a Priority of Pandemic Proportions

For the 8th year Donald Taylor asked ‘What will be hot in L&D?’ in his annual Global Sentiment Survey[1] and this year a newly introduced […]

Instructional videos: the rise of the YouTube D.A.Ds

I have very little memory of a life before easy-access, simple-to-use internet (I was born in the 90s). What memory I do have is fuzzy […]

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