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    • The New Role of the L&D Professional

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      At OEB 2018 Donald H Taylor, Chair of the Learning Technologies Germany Track, will lead a conference session on how learning and development at work is changing and what this means for the role of the L&D professional.

    • Case study: From eLearning to mLearning to 'wow'

      Kallidus | Europe |

      JYSK Nordics have recently updated their LMS and all of their customer service and sales elearning content on a mission to move their training from eLearning to mLearning to 'wow'. The results are incredible.

    • The Learning Awards 2019 finalists are announced

      Learning and Performance Institute | Worldwide |

      The Learning and Performance Institute is proud to announce the finalists for the 2019 Learning Awards, the learning sector’s annual celebration of outstanding achievement, best practice and excellence in corporate learning and performance.

    • New CIM programme recognises top marketing training

      Chartered Institute of Marketing | London |

      The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has launched a new recognition programme for marketing courses provided by universities, training providers and businesses.

    • Trust and social systems at work: Julian Stodd on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On October’s Learning Now tv Julian Stodd discusses his latest research project, The Landscape of Trust, which considers social and organisational trust, and tools and skills to help build it. Also on this week’s show: Paul Matthews on learning transfer at work and a review of World of Learning 2018.

    • Key Issues for Extended Enterprise Learning Management Systems

      eLearning Industry | San Francisco, CA, USA |

      The network-based media and publishing company, eLearning Industry, has revealed eight key questions that all buyers of extended enterprise learning management systems (LMSs) need to have answered satisfactorily to help them through the selection process.

    • Kallidus sees strong growth for first quarter of financial year

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK |

      Kallidus, the award-winning learning and talent management provider, has kicked off the first quarter of its financial year with record growth. New business sales are up 218% compared to Q1 last financial year, of which licence sales are up 179%. Growth is being driven by Kallidus’ ability to provide end-to-end solutions that enable organisations to modernise their learning and recruit and develop top talent.

    • Unicorn Training On Course For Record Year

      Unicorn Training |

      Bournemouth-based digital learning leaders, Unicorn Training, are on course to eclipse their record-breaking 2017 after recording best ever figures in each of the first eight months of this year. Unicorn and its Serious Games division, Game Brain, attracted big crowds at The World of Learning Conference and Exhibition in Birmingham this week.

    • Chatbot for Learning to be Featured at Learning 2018

      The MASIE Center | Saratoga Springs, NY |

      Learning 2018 to feature LearnBot, an innovative, interactive chatbot for learning! Learning 2018 will take place from November 4-7 at Disney’s Coronado Springs in Orlando.

    • Knowbly Releases World’s First User-Designed e-Learning Toolkit

      knowbly | San Rafael, CA |

      Knowbly, the maker of award winning cloud-based authoring tools for universities, schools, businesses, professionals, and consumers, today announced the launch of the world’s first e-Learning toolkit designed for e-learning creators by e-learning creators.

    • Engage in Learning highlights Leadership Fundamentals

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester |

      An article on e-learning supplier Engage in Learning’s website argues that successful leaders are ‘business chameleons’. In other words, says the article, they should be able to take on the role of directors, facilitators or motivators depending on the particular challenges that they are facing at the time.

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