Browsing news: Learning technology

    • Learnability and Employability Unlocking Africa’s Future Success

      eLearning Africa | Berlin (GER) / Abidjan (CI) |

      A large youthful population, disruptive innovative technology, and vibrant entrepreneurial activity hold the keys to unlocking Africa’s future success. It’s time to maximise their potential. Join the conversation in Abidjan this year at the Continent’s leading annual eLearning conference to enhance your capacity to contribute to this mission.

    • The new course selling platform by iSpring

      iSpring Solutions | Alexandria | VA | USA |

      Alexandria, VA —September 17, 2019 — iSpring Solutions Inc., a global leader in eLearning software and services, introduces Flora LMS, the new platform for selling courses online. The platform provides business trainers, edupreneurs, and training companies with an end-to-end solution to host, market, and sell training content online.

    • Learning Technologies Awards 2019 shortlist announced

      Learning Technologies | London |

      The annual Learning Technologies Awards has published its shortlist for the 2019 awards programme; 19 awards categories; record-breaking entry; gala evening tickets released.

    • Kallidus shortlisted for five Learning Technologies Awards

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK |

      Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has been shortlisted for five prestigious Learning Technologies Awards. The awards recognise and reward excellence in learning technologies from across the world and are the leading, independently judged scheme in the industry.

    • Empowering learning: Josh Squires on AI

      Learning News | London |

      Josh Squires, Director Enterprise Solutions at Docebo, discussing artificial intelligence in learning at Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2019.

    • Kallidus shortlisted in Sunday Times Tech Track 100 'Ones to Watch'

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK |

      Kallidus, the award-winning learning and talent management provider, has been shortlisted in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 ‘Ones to Watch’. Established to recognise the achievements of the UK’s fastest growing technology companies, the ‘Ones to Watch’ influential list showcases high achieving SME businesses who have developed innovative technologies, raised significant venture capital investment, and are forecasting strong sales growth.