Browsing news: Learning technology

    • What is learning’s plan? Call for proposals for OEB 2018

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      OEB Global, incorporating Learning Technologies Germany, is reminding interested parties to submit proposals by 30 April for its upcoming 2018 conference, taking place in Berlin this December.

    • John Henry Group selects the Agylia LMS and mobile learning Apps

      Agylia | Bristol, UK |

      Agylia announces that leading independent integrated services infrastructure provider, John Henry Group, has selected the Agylia Learning Management Systems (LMS) and mobile learning Apps to transform the communications, skills and safety training it provides its employees.

    • New White Paper: Demystifying the Modern Learner

      Learnlight | London, United Kingdom |

      Demystifying the Modern Learner is the first of a series of White Papers, webinars, and supporting material that Learnlight has produced to help shed more light on subject of the Modern Learner. These insights are designed to assist HR, Talent, and Learning professionals to harness the latest in learning technologies and instructional design to one clear end: how to design persuasive content that enhances learner engagement.

    • Kallidus sees strong growth for first half of financial year

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK, 20th March 2018 |

      Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has kicked off 2018 with strong growth for Q1 and Q2. Recurring revenues are up by 27% for the first half of the financial year compared to the previous year. Growth is being driven by Kallidus’ expanded product offering, customer-focused approach and investment in leading edge User Experience (UX) design.

    • The Transformation Curve - 2018 Benchmark Research

      Towards Maturity | London |

      This unparalleled time of change for organisations offers a great opportunity for L&D to shift from delivering courses to delivering strategic value. However, too many are still at the starting point of their transformation journey. This report maps out the destination – and the roadmap of how to get there.

    • Speexx selected for Microsoft ScaleUp Program with Innovations in AI

      Speexx | Munich, Germany |

      Munich – 20 March 2018 – Online language skills training and testing company Speexx has today announced that it has been selected by Microsoft for its prestigious ScaleUp program. This program is designed to accelerate go-to market and tech development of 10, top-growth stage software companies through direct engagement with Microsoft resources and personnel. The program will combine Microsoft enterprise solutions and Speexx´ leading corporate online training, testing and performance support service.

    • Leading learning provider Litmos Heroes provides GDPR training to struggling businesses

      Litmos Heroes |

      Following extensive research on SME preparedness for the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), leading learning provider Litmos Heroes discovers worrying stats on how businesses are preparing for changes, with nearly 27% of those surveyed citing a lack of confidence around the actions they need to take to ensure compliance. To help upskill and empower workforces across the world, Litmos Heroes are offering a video explainer course to anyone who wants it.

    • Totara Learn 11 supports GDPR compliance

      Totara |

      Totara Learning is pleased to announce the release of Totara Learn 11, a special interim release designed to help customers ensure their learning management platform supports their compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) before it becomes effective on 25th May 2018.