Browsing news: Education

    • CLO100 launches: new programme for Chief Learning Officers

      Learning News | CLO100 |

      CLO100 has announced the launch of its exclusive CLO100 development programme for Chief Learning Officers, Heads of Learning and aspiring Senior Learning Leaders; Provides the vital skills and knowledge required to create a high-performing organisation.

    • 3 eLearning Use Cases in the Academic Sector

      iSpring Solutions | USA |

      More and more schools, colleges, and universities are adopting eLearning practices and including them in their curriculum and staff training programs. This article explains how online learning can be leveraged in education and covers actual stories of educational institutions that use eLearning technologies. Continue reading to see the results they achieved.

    • What is quality online learning versus remote emergency instruction?

      Moodle | Perth, Australia |

      During the COVID-19 pandemic, institutions worldwide were tasked with urgently transferring face-to-face learning delivery to emergency remote instruction. This required a herculean effort from many teachers, trainers, administrators, faculty and managers, and it is important that this achievement is acknowledged and celebrated. However, while emergency moves to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic allowed the continuation of learning worldwide, they could not take full advantage of the possibilities of the online format and carefully crafted courses that follow best practices in leveraging technology to create quality learning experiences.

    • Student nurses train to be better allies

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      A new cohort of student nurses from the University of Surrey have been trained on how they can be better allies. Marshalls and the university have come together to collaborate on a new module called Allyship

    • Irish universities come together to talk about racism

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      A network of Irish universities have come together and signed on for an Irish version of Marshalls Lets Talk about Race course, which is tailored to the cultural context of Ireland.

    • Digital learning solution helps progress British Council programme

      eCom Learning Solutions | Dunfermline, Scotland |

      Using eLearning materials developed by the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, the British Council is providing appealing, engaging and contextually appropriate learning experiences helping 13-to-19-year-old girls improve their digital skills and English language proficiency.

    • Anthology and Blackboard to merge

      Learning News | London |

      Two leaders in the edtech market, Blackboard and Anthology, are to merge to create a global provider of education software and solutions.