eLearning Australia

Upside Learning

I just returned from a two week-long business visit to Australia this Sunday, not my first visit to the country but definitely the one where I sensed that the local eLearning industry is gaining momentum. A little googling and I discovered this report from The Canadian Trade Service, claiming the y-o-y growth rates in Australian elearning market to be around 27.3% between 2004 & 2009 and 12.8% eLearning eLearning Australia Mobile Learning

Triple finalist place in Venus Awards for Sponge boss

Sponge UK

An entrepreneur who runs a successful elearning company in Plymouth has won a triple place in the final of the 2015 Devon Venus Awards , which recognise the achievements of women in business. She set up Sponge UK in 2004 and since then the company has grown into one of the country’s leading elearning companies.

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How to Create a SCORM Compliant Course on a Budget?

Hurix Digital

SCORM 2004 2nd Edition, SCORM 2004 3rd Edition, and SCORM 2004 4th edition. and SCORM 2004 3rd Edition. Related: Benefits of Investing in Custom eLearning Courses for your Enterprise. Related: Things You Must Consider Before Selecting an eLearning Company. SCORM stands for ‘Shareable Content Object Reference Model.’

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Is eLearning Dead? Is Instructional Design Dying with It?

Kapp Notes

Death of Self-Pace eLearning. In a report published in August 2016 by Sam Adkins of Ambient Insight a declaration is made that self-paced eLearning is in a death spiral: The worldwide five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for self-paced eLearning is distinctly negative at -6.4%; global revenues for self-paced courseware are dropping fast. In 2016, global revenues for self-paced eLearning reached $46.6 The demand for “traditional” eLearning is waning.

Sponge UK founder wins Venus Award

Sponge UK

NEWS: A national award celebrating the achievements of women in business has been presented to the founder of elearning company, Sponge UK. Pasterfield set up Sponge UK in 2004. The business, based at Plymouth Science Park, creates custom-made online training for global organisations including GlaxoSmithKline, Toyota, Coca-Cola, Tesco, Google and the United Nations. News digital elearning Louise Pasterfield Sponge UK technology Venus Awards women in business

OpenSesame Partners With ej4 to Add 700+ Courses to OpenSesame Plus

OpenSesame

OpenSesame is announcing an expanded partnership with video-based learning company ej4 to add 700+ mobile-friendly and short format courses to the OpenSesame Plus program. Launched in 2014, OpenSesame Plus is a first of its kind elearning subscription program that offers access to thousands of online courses from award winning providers for a low monthly fee. Including the rich content produced by our partners at ej4 adds tremendous value for our current Plus customers.