Dyslexia and learning: ‘organisations and people do wonderful things to help you’

By John Helmer October 04, 2018

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, …

The geopolitics of AI raises trust issues for Learning and HR

By John Helmer July 31, 2018

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 …

The rise of the learning ecosystem – and what it means for learning technologies

By Mark Probert February 22, 2018

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 …