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    • Learning and Training for Farming and Food: eLearning Africa Launches ‘Agriculture Track’

      eLearning Africa |

      The organisers of Africa’s leading conference on technology assisted learning and training, eLearning Africa, have announced that, for the first time, the event will include a special programme of seminars, discussions and debates about learning and training for Africa’s farming and food sector. The decision reflects the continuing importance of agriculture in African economies, together with new opportunities and challenges for African food producers in an era of rapid technological change.

    • iSpring Learn LMS wins 3 prestigious awards by FinancesOnline

      iSpring Solutions | Alexandria | VA | USA |

      iSpring Learn LMS has recently been honored with three awards by FinancesOnline, a popular B2B and SaaS software review platform. This website helps businesses select corporate software that best suits their project needs. This month, iSpring Learn has earned the following awards: Expert’s Choice, Supreme Software, and Greater User Experience.

    • Learning Technologies Group acquires Breezy HR

      Learning Technologies Group | Jacksonville, FL |

      Acquisition of Breezy HR brings a range of benefits to LTG, including strong organic growth potential, expansion of the Group’s talent acquisition offer across multiple markets, and the opportunity to rapidly enhance LTG’s enterprise product through integration of Breezy HR’s product features.

    • iSpring Suite hidden gems: 17 hacks to boost productivity

      iSpring Solutions | Alexandria | VA | USA |

      iSpring Solutions is about to present a new engaging webinar format. During the upcoming session, the presenter will answer the most frequent customer questions about iSpring Suite, the eLearning authoring toolkit, and explore the latest features that went live in 2019.

    • Learn Appeal launches new initiative to take global access to learning to the next level

      Learn Appeal | London, UK |

      Learn Appeal, the e-learning charity, today announces the launch of a new initiative that will help take access to learning around the world to new heights. Following successful pilot programmes in the UK and Africa, the charity aims to provide courses and resources to disconnected people, which make up over 90% of the population in some of its affected communities.

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