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  • eLearning Network’s Band of Brothers


    Delegates at the recent eLN conference attempted – and achieved – the heroic feat of designing, developing and producing four pieces of e-learning from scratch. So, in prefacing their task, the eLN’s acting chairman, Phil Green, parodied the ‘band of brothers’ speech, from Shakespeare's Henry V, in his opening remarks,


    (Filed: Thu Oct 05 2006)
  • Accolade for Learning Light executive


    Vaughan Waller, head of membership services at Learning Light, a non-profit Centre of Excellence which highlights and promotes best practice in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, has become only the second person ever to be awarded honorary life membership of the eLearning Network.


    (Filed: Mon Oct 02 2006)
  • E-learning design can be better, Donald Clark of Ufi tells Kineo

     

    There’s no question that what separates the good from the great in e-learning is the quality of design – and there’s not that much great design around. So says Donald Clark, board member of Ufi in a new podcast interview with Kineo this week.


    (Filed: Mon Sep 25 2006)
  • Book early, urges the eLearning Network


    An intensive, hands-on conference, on instructional design for designers and developers of e-learning materials, in London on 29th September, has attracted so many delegates from an impressive collection of organisations, that its organisers - the eLearning Network (eLN) – are urging anyone who wants to attend but has not yet booked a place, to book now to avoid disappointment.


    (Filed: Wed Sep 20 2006)
  • Learning Light (UK) expresses concerns over Blackboard patent


    Learning Light (LL), a non-profit organisation seeking to establish itself as a Centre of Excellence in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, has expressed concerns over the international implications of an e-learning related lawsuit in the USA.


    (Filed: Thu Aug 31 2006)
  • E-learning modules the future – report finds


    After a false dawn in dot-com’s boom and bust, e-learning* is set to thrive in the form of targeted modules which impart specific skills to accomplish job-related tasks by corporate and professional users, according to new research available, free of charge, at Echelon Learning’s learningmatters.com website.


    (Filed: Mon Jul 31 2006)
  • Trainer1 launches ekademi


    Trainer1, one of the UK’s leading independent e-learning specialists, in collaboration with By-Design, has established ekademi (pronounced: ee-kad –em-eye) to help those who are producing e-learning materials to become proficient in all the knowledge and skills required for these e-learning materials to be successful.


    (Filed: Fri Jul 28 2006)
  • Trainer1 launches ‘Ecademy’


    Trainer1, one of the UK’s leading independent e-learning specialists, in collaboration with By-Design, has established ‘Ecademy’ to help those who are producing e-learning materials to become proficient in all the knowledge and skills required for these e-learning materials to be successful.


    (Filed: Tue Jul 25 2006)
  • Trainer1 offers Raptivity Version 3


    A significantly updated, SCORM-compatible version (version 3) of Raptivity - the world's first rapid interactivity builder, which allows users to build the kind of interactive e-learning that gets learners completely engaged with the learning materials – is now available from Trainer1, a Raptivity re-seller and one of the UK’s leading independent e-learning specialists.


    (Filed: Thu Jul 20 2006)
  • New Pick-up and Seduction Forum


    A new forum has recently opened catering for men who wan to learn the art and science of pick-up and seduction. The concepts, techniques and tactics discussed in this forum are similar to the ideas found in The Game by Neil Strauss.


    (Filed: Fri Jun 09 2006)
  • Schools prepare for world record attempt


    Children from across the country are preparing to race into the Guinness World Record Book by taking part in the Tesco Great School Run.


    (Filed: Fri Jun 09 2006)
  • Child Protection initiative from Tata Interactive Systems


    Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), the global e-learning developer, has come up with a training initiative to a common problem faced by all organisations that work with children: how to provide effective training to the staff, carers and volunteers involved in child protection.


    (Filed: Fri Jun 02 2006)
  • EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LAUNCHES EMERALD ALUMNI

     

    Emerald Group Publishing launches Emerald Alumni, providing universities with a specially-branded online management resource as a tangible benefit for their alumni, to help graduates to keep abreast of developments in the business world.


    (Filed: Sun May 14 2006)
  • Neil Lasher publishes new instructional design model


    Neil Lasher, managing director of Trainer1 - one of the UK’s leading independent e-learning consultancy and development specialists – has published ‘The four ‘A’s of Learning’, a new model of instructional design (ID).


    (Filed: Sun May 14 2006)
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