News stories from Marshall E-Learning in 2020

Marshalls host its first Diversity and Inclusion User Group with nine Universities

Marshall E-Learning | 21 Dec 2020

Representatives from the universities of Exeter, Liverpool John Moores, Staffordshire, St Andrews, Cranfield, Dundee, St Andrews, Stirling, and Canterbury Christ Church joined Ann Allcock, Marshall’s new Head of Diversity, and guest Maggie Semple, OBE on a Zoom call to discuss diversity in higher education.

Anti-racism e-learning course rapidly adopted by UK universities

Marshall E-Learning | 05 Nov 2020

Education provider Marshall E-Learning responds to demand for anti-racism training.

Local authorities in North West use e-learning to support staff on COVID-secure working

Marshall E-Learning | 02 Nov 2020

Education provider Marshall E-Learning responds to demand in online learning.

Universities welcome staff back to campus with innovative Return to Work course

Marshall E-Learning | 05 Aug 2020

Leading online education provider Marshall E-Learning’s new course gets universities safely back to business post-lockdown.

Marshall E-Learning release The Manager's Lockdown Toolkit - Guidance for now and the future

Marshall E-Learning | 06 May 2020

Today, Marshall E-Learning launch The Manager’s Lockdown Toolkit – Guidance for now and the future

The blended learning benefits of Marshall E-Learning and PRISM's Managers Toolkit during lockdown

Marshall E-Learning | 22 Apr 2020

Marshall E-Learning and PRISM have developed a Managers Toolkit utilising PRISM’s neuroscience-based diagnostic tool that is an ideal way to support people to develop while working at home. A blended learning option of the Managers' Toolkit was piloted recently at Salford University.

Counter extremism e-learning for universities confounds stereotype

Marshall E-Learning | 16 Mar 2020

One case study in the new counter-extremism e-learning course being commissioned by universities across the UK.

Universities seek WCAG-compliant accessible e-learning

Marshall E-Learning | 09 Mar 2020

UK universities call on e-learning providers to make their courses accessible to the WCAG standard by the end of the year. Senior representatives from 12 UK universities recently attended the ‘Marshall E-Learning User Forum’ in London to discuss the new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for web accessibility and approaches to digital accessibility in e-learning.