In the run up to the Learning Technologies Show in London later this month, a new report released today by Europe’s leading independent analyst Elearnity, highlights the best practices for commissioning bespoke learning projects
Elearnity, Europe’s leading Corporate Learning Analyst, today announced new research and a series of white papers summarising independent analysis of corporate e-learning authoring strategies and tools.
Elearnity, Europe’s leading Corporate Learning Analyst, is pleased to announce today that David Wilson, Elearnity’s founder and Managing Director has been shortlisted for the 2009 E-learning Industry Award for Outstanding Achievement – Individual.
Elearnity, Europe’s leading Corporate Learning Analyst, today announced a comprehensive programme of research and white papers into Rapid e-learning, one of the most significant e-learning trends of recent years.
Elearnity, Europe's leading Corporate Learning Analyst, today announced the appointment of Adrian Jones as Principal Analyst for E-learning, with responsibility for leading Elearnity's research and advisory services on E-learning, blended learning, learning design and content. Prior to joining Elearnity, Adrian was one of the leading corporate advocates for e-learning in the UK. Under Adrian's leadership over the last six years, B&Q became one of the earliest adopters of enterprise e-learning, e-assessment and learning management systems and a leading corporate reference for e-learning.
Elearnity, Europe’s leading independent Learning Analyst, today announced the availability of a new RSS feed for its popular Elearnity Knowledge Centre, delivering the latest in corporate learning and e-learning news and analysis direct to your desktop.
Saba's announcement of its intention to buy Centra is another significant step in the consolidation taking place in the learning technology market place. Here are some initial thoughts from Elearnity - positive and negative - on the implications of this move for Saba and Centra customers, and for the broader market.
Elearnity, Europe 's leading Corporate Learning Analyst, today announced research concluding that large corporate adopters are changing their approach and contractual commitments for generic e-learning to better focus the value proposition. Corporates are focusing on driving recurrent usage around a narrow set of generic titles linked to major business initiatives, and are increasingly adopting non-traditional forms of e-learning such as on-line reference materials for on-demand learning support to an often sceptical audience.
eLearnity, Europe's leading independent e-learning market analyst and consultancy today announced a new report investigating best practice in Leadership and Management Development in corporate Europe. Based on background research and interviews with a range of large corporations, business schools and management training providers, the report analyses the current market and the gap between what organisations want to do and what is really happening.