The L&D industry is really good at predictions – take your pick – there are many of them being shared across the usual channels. Last year we saw predictions around new models for learning – with a move away from centralised learning provision to a more learner-driven approach. And it’s been interesting to watch the gravitational pull towards “self-directed learning” …
Access to learning is becoming a major pinch-point for businesses looking to pursue an upward growth trajectory. A third of UK small firms face skills shortages, according to a recent report from the Federation of Small Businesses and attempts to fill these gaps with training are frustrated by factors including the existing workload of employees, cost of training and lack of …
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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?
Lumesse Learning is proud to announce a new client relationship with a global professional services firm.
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In this video Sven Ove Sjolyst gives a walk-through of new improvements and features of CourseBuilder, with the spotlight on xAPI implementation.
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