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It’s personal

.fusion-fullwidth-1 { padding-left: 20% !important; padding-right: 20% !important; } There’s a lot being said about personalisation in elearning at the moment. Whereas we think personalisation […]

Should elearning be like going to the dentist?

.fusion-fullwidth-10 { padding-left: 20% !important; padding-right: 20% !important; } Well, I actually think in some ways it should. Don’t get me wrong, I hate going […]

Tell me a story

I love this Woody Allen quote, “I took a speed-reading course and read War and Peace in twenty minutes. It involves Russia.” I think there’s […]

Is elearning dead?

I saw this question recently in a blog. After reading further it was clear that what was meant by elearning was the typical, standalone, 20-30 […]

Sepp Blatter was unable to recognise signs of bribery, could you?

Jack Warner used to be my hero. He was one of the stars in Dixon of Dock Green, an early TV police series, where you […]

What are some of the dangers of mobile other than security?

This question came up in a twitter chat and was referring to elearning (or mlearning). The obvious answer for us was that security is, not […]

How much waste is there in elearning?

Have you ever thought about how much waste there is in elearning – and in training in general? It’s massive. Learning Pool had a really […]

Whistleblowing at work

Things are rarely as clear cut as they may appear. We’ve all been shocked by the scandals of celebrities, and people in power, abusing young […]

BBC iPlayer – goes to 11

I expect you know this, but the volume on the BBC iPlayer goes up to 11. This comes from a scene in the 1984 mockumentary/rockumentary […]

What to look for in training videos

There’s been an increase in the number of training videos being produced recently. So here’s a quick overview of what we we think is important […]

Schema – nothing but a schema

A schema is sometimes used to mean an ‘outline model’, or the basic structure of something. In teaching, and in particular reading, we use it […]

As simple as that

I had to pack an inflatable dinghy into its bag for winter storage. It looked simple enough but it soon became apparent we were doing […]

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