Selecting a learning provider can be a bit of a minefield. How can you pick a winner, and be sure they’re right for you? To prepare you for these initial meetings with prospective providers, I’ve put together five critical questions you need to be asking.Read More
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Lauren Dennish Five reasons to add social media to your blended learning
Social media can play a pivotal role in a successful blended learning solution. It’s proven that social media can increase employee participation in learning, especially if programmes have a significant element of self-directed learning.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are you neglecting experiential learning?
Certain aspects of experiential learning tend to be labelled as old-fashioned, perhaps because it’s not as accessible, fast paced, or as ‘on-the-go’ as it’s digital counterpart. Despite this, experiential learning has some really fantastic benefits that shouldn’t be ignored.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Is there such thing as a ‘perfect’ blended learning solution?
There is no ‘one size fits all’ blended learning solution, it doesn’t have to have a certain percentage of digital learning vs experiential, or even include the latest tech if it isn’t right for your organisation or the outcomes you want. Your ‘perfect’ blend will be unique to your organisation, adaptable, and well-balanced in a way that’s specific to you.Read More
Teresa Lovell How to prepare for blended learning
In our latest infographic, we take a look at how to prepare for blended learning by creating a ‘pull’ learning culture before making the switch to blended.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Is your LMS costing you time and money?
Is your LMS ready for blended learning, or is it a liability? Stephanie Morgan discusses the key points you'll want to consider when reviewing your LMS and planning for a blended learning strategy.Read More
Stephanie Morgan How blended learning can drive learner engagement
Lack of engagement can present itself in several ways, but a common symptom is lack of motivation - and the best way to challenge this is by meeting learners at their moment of need, and making it as easy as possible for them to engage. That’s where blended learning comes in.Read More
Natalie Lewendon What marketers can teach L&D about learning curation
What lessons can we take from some of the world's top marketers when it comes to curating content for L&D audiences?Read More
Stephanie Morgan Learning to learn again with blended learning
It might sound strange, but L&D may need to teach learners how to learn before it can build the perfect 'pull' learning culture.Read More
Natalie Lewendon What are learners expecting from L&D?
How can L&D harness learners’ expectations of what we do, and use this to deliver successful learning? Consider what learners expect to get from L&D to come up with solutions that put learners in the driving seat.Read More