Browsing news: E-learning

    • New advanced diversity skills portfolio

      Marshall E-Learning | London |

      Marshall launches a range of five advanced e-learning courses in diversity to empower organisations with the knowledge, resources and tools needed to drive impactful change.

    • Thrive unveils new brand, team members, significant investment, innovation and new direction

      THRIVE | London |

      Fastest growing modern-day learning management system, Thrive, has unveiled a new direction at its annual Thrive Live conference. The business, which has seen unparalleled successes since launching in 2019, will increase investment in the business three-fold as the business sets a new roadmap and milestones, a brand-new look, new content offering and innovation for the business.

    • Thrive Live returns for 3rd year: hotly anticipated customer-only L&D Conference

      THRIVE |

      Fastest growing modern-day learning management system, Thrive Learning, is hosting its eagerly awaited annual customer-only conference on the 28th of September at The Science Museum in London. Headlining this year’s event will be AI Expert, Mo Gawdat, and top UK business leader, Baroness Karren Brady CBE, who will both share their experience working in the business, technology, well-being, and sports world.

    • Why changing your LMS doesn't have to be an ordeal

      Netex | Leeds, UK |

      The thought of switching to a new LMS can be daunting to anyone. And who can blame them? With so many big questions to ask, it’s hard to know where to begin. But, luckily, Netex Learning are no strangers to the world of learning management systems. Here, they explore both the fears and the benefits around choosing a new LMS, as well as share their insights into how they are helping to make the migration process less painful for organisations.

    • Netex to host digital training webinar at Leeds Digital Festival

      Netex | Leeds, UK |

      On Wednesday 27th September, Netex Learning will be hosting a webinar at Leeds Digital Festival, ‘How digital technology is helping transform complex training needs’. Exploring the ways digital technology can support and enhance increasingly complex training needs, it’s addressing a very current topic.

    • From text prompt to elearning magic

      Open eLMS | London, UK |

      Exploring the utilization of AI to convert text prompts into comprehensive eLearning content. Open eLMS AI, using a generalised AI knowledge base (either trained with company documentation or the standard data from Chat GPT), is introduced as a tool capable of generating eLearning courses on various subjects based on text prompts.

    • Learning Hack Launches New Podcast Mini-Series on Ukraine Aid Dash

      The Learning Hack | Brighton, UK |

      The Learning Hack has launched a much-anticipated podcast mini-series chronicling Andy Wooler, SVP Product Management at Area9 Lyceum, and John Helmer's recent Ukraine roadtrip. Andy, also chair of Ukraine Fundraiser 2022, a voluntary organization aiding Ukraine with essential supplies, was joined by John on a hospital visit in Lviv. The trip is documented in three podcast episodes: 'Getting There,' 'Being There,' and 'Coming Home.' The first episode dropped this week, with subsequent releases scheduled during August. Notably, the series features interviews with Ukrainian learning professionals, including an Odesa-based learning tech CEO and an elearning specialist now living in exile.

    • GuyKat Announces Sponsorship of Birmingham Tech Week 2023

      GuyKat | Birmingham, UK |

      GuyKat, a leading provider of innovative eLearning solutions, is excited to announce its sponsorship for Birmingham Tech Week 2023. The UK’s largest regional tech event, which will take place from October 16th to 20th, is set to be the biggest to date. This 5-day celebration is designed to spark inspiration, provide knowledge on topics ranging from Artificial Intelligence to Quantum Computing and Augmented Reality, and foster collaboration among participants from diverse sectors.

    • How to implement social learning into your organisation

      Netex | Leeds, UK |

      There’s been a lot of excited talk about social learning and how it can shake up and revolutionise our workplace training programmes. But what is it, and how does it actually fit in to our L&D strategies? Netex share their ideas about social learning – what it is, how it adds to learning culture – and using their social learning tool, Learning Cloud Share, as an example, they explain how social learning can be implemented into an organisation.