A new-generation learning management system (LMS) is one of the key products on display at the Learning Technologies event, taking place in London’s Olympia on 3rd and 4th February 2016.

You don't need to go to Cambridge to enjoy all the fun of a wildly expensive education.

A list of a few e-Learning tools that help you build professional e-Learning courses with embedded quizzes, surveys, interactions and much more…

Schools that experiment with bring-your-own-device policies have reduced their costs but must cope with a variety of student devices, some of which don't meet minimum standards for computer instruction.

And if a student misuses a device, it could be taken away from him or her, creating the exact opposite situation that benefits education. Naturally, the student who is prone to misuse a device is often a student who needs the device most. Textbooks don't generate such tricky issues.
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The 70:20:10 framework is a useful model based on observations that generally, people learn 70% of what they need to do their job from experience.  About 20% is learned from exposure to new tasks or environments. Only 10% is learned through formal education. These numbers are not firm but they provide a rule of thumb, especially for planning and resource allocation to support learning at work.

eCom Scotland will launch eNetAuthor, a new cloud-based authoring tool for eLearning teams, at Learning Technologies 2016. 

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Andy Campbell, HCM strategy director at Oracle, thinks HR and managers should champion more digital L&D.