John Helmer talked to Roshan Patel, an account manager at Lumesse Learning, about his dyslexia and how he has managed it at work and in his learning. Q: When did you first know you had dyslexia? I was probably around 13 years old. Some of my schoolteachers noticed I was struggling. I had struggled in school a long time before that, …
London is the AI capital of Europe, says a report commissioned by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. According to another report, this one from the Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence issued by the House of Lords, the UK is, ‘in a strong position to be among the world leaders’ in its development. If being smart about the implications of this …
I’ve read a bunch of articles on the theme of ‘top trends for 2018’ over the last few months, and more recently several titled, ‘What I learnt at Learning Technologies’. And one thing comes very strongly out of all of them. We’re in the world of the learning ecosystem now. What is a learning ecosystem? The Elearning Guild defines it …
Technological innovation is changing the ways that we produce, deliver and consume learning content. Here are the main 5 ways we found that content is changing:
Beleaver or remoaner, it’s hard to deny that there is pain for businesses in the uncertainty surrounding Brexit – and problems ahead for HR and L&D.
Self-directed learning is growing fast, but can be hard to sustain. How do you create successful habits that will help you learn effectively?
New learning product me:time gives instant, anywhere access to curated learning supported by AI-driven recommendations.
How can L&D switch their focus from creators and distributors of learning to the enablement of learning?
The UK will have a shortfall of 745,000 workers with the necessary digital skills by the end of the year
60% of the jobs that will be most in demand over the next decade have not even been invented yet.