It feels like mobile learning has been around for so long it is almost old fashioned now, but the truth is it remains more important than ever. 70% of learning leaders are investing in it, driving steady uptake and continued interest. So, for a technology that has been around for a little while, what is it about mobile that makes it such an enduring part of L&D?Read More
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Stephanie Morgan How AI can deliver effective learning
31% of organisations plan to add artificial intelligence, machine learning and algorithms to personalise learning in the next few years. So, it’s time to start thinking seriously about AI in L&D, rather than treating it as a ‘nice to have’ feature. With personalisation, immersive experiences, smarter content and better insights, there are a host of ways that AI can be used to deliver effective learning.Read More
Stephanie Morgan L&D’s crucial role in supporting (and sustaining) workplace well-being
The simultaneous scheduling of Learning at Work Week and Mental Health Week may have been a coincidence, but it could not have been a better opportunity to highlight the links between learning and well-being. L&D professionals have a crucial role to play in supporting this link, by creating accessible learning opportunities for all. But they can also sustain well-being by cultivating resilience during this ‘VUCA’ digital era.Read More
Kerry Pascall What is instructional design?
Despite being widely used in L&D, instructional design is not always well understood. But it is an essential part of putting together an effective learning intervention. So, our very own Instructional Designer, Kerry Pascall, takes a look at ‘ID’ to explain why it is so fundamental to creating engaging, learner-centric experiences.Read More
Stephanie Morgan 4 tips for successful digital learning
Digital learning is fast becoming an L&D ‘buzzword’. With the addition of VR and AI to the digital toolkit, we’re faced with an impressive array of options. But before diving in, it’s important to establish your learning needs and then identify the right solution. Use our 4 handy tips to start developing the right digital learning for your organisation.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Learning at Work Week 2019: time to kick-start your learning strategy
In a climate of uncertainty, Learning at Work Week’s 2019 theme ‘Shaping the Future’ could not be more relevant. In fact, it’s the perfect chance to spread positivity, by celebrating success and sharing inspirational stories. So, if you haven’t already thought about it, we share some ideas to help you get started.Read More
Stephanie Morgan ROI – is it really too hard?
Measuring ROI can sometimes seem too hard. Our number-one tip is always to get much closer to the business. But there are other things you can be doing too - and you really need to start doing them to get buy-in for your learning offering.Read More
Teresa Lovell Preparing for global learning – infographic
Delivering global learning can be a real challenge for learning professionals who are supporting a large, complex and international organisation. So, in our latest infographic we’ve put together some key considerations when preparing for global learning from cost to deployment.Read More
Stephanie Morgan You cannot ignore ROI any more
Historically, L&D have struggled to measure the ROI of their learning solutions. But there is a real demand for clear, evidence-based data that spells out exactly why learning needs to happen and how the business will benefit. So, we share three tips to help you get on top of your ROI.Read More
Kerry Pascall Is bespoke eLearning right for your organisation?
If you’re considering bespoke eLearning to support your organisation’s digital transformation, there’s a lot to consider. From aligning with your business, to ensuring your learning intervention engages your learners and delivers tangible results for your business, it can be hard to know where to start. So, we’ve put together some key thinking points to help you decide whether it’s the right fit for your organisation.Read More