People won’t always say this out loud, but there’s a lurking assumption that making learning content more accessible is going to mean making it less beautiful. Obviously you want to make your content work for the widest and most diverse audience of learners. But does that necessarily mean a compromise on aesthetics? I say no. And luckily for me, all the best …
I’m on my way back from the annual Lumesse Kick-Off, an event for internal staff that runs on the day after our awesome public event, the Learning Lounge. Highlights of the public event are available on our website, but I wanted to share some insights from a talk on applied design thinking that wasn’t in the public programme, simply because …
In this video Sven Ove Sjolyst gives a walk-through of new improvements and features of CourseBuilder, with the spotlight on xAPI implementation.
Access to mobile learning is becoming a standard expectation of the workforce, but learning departments face challenges in providing the right content.
Part 1 of the report from our Think Tank, ‘Learning Analytics: using insights and analytics to fine-tune learning programmes’.
Use of adaptive pathways in learning design is moving digital learning towards a more personalised, learner-centred dynamic.
Organisations with large libraries of learning content need to manage Flash conversion to HTML5 with a scalable workflow and no loss of quality.
With an authoring tool like CourseBuilder 8, in-house development teams can create learner-adaptive content of considerable sophistication.
Our brains are wired to give primacy to images over text – and learning design needs to understand this dynamic in engaging learners effectively.
Insight-driven learning can improve learner engagement, learning effectiveness and delivery against business goals – but it takes a change of mindset.
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