Raising the bar in eLearning

Logicearth

It saddens me and makes me a little angry that I am still writing blog posts in 2018 about raising the bar in eLearning. I’ve been in this industry since the early 1990s and I’ve seen eLearning evolve from dusty CD-ROMs to apps that can transform your learning and your life!

Computer Aided Learning: From pre-history to where we’re at in late 2018

Ed App

Computer aided learning represents some of the most effective forms of learning available. In this article we’ll look at where computer aided learning came from, where it’s been, where it’s at and where it’s going. What is Computer Aided Learning?

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What is eLearning?

LearnUpon

eLearning, or electronic learning, is the delivery of learning and training through digital resources. Although eLearning is based on formalized learning, it is provided through electronic devices such as computers, tablets and even cellular phones that are connected to the internet.

Subscription Learning & Tools: 30 minute guide

eLearningArt

Subscription tools & learning is the #9 eLearning trend for 2018. So what does the trend for subscription tools and learning mean for you? You get immediate access (no mailing CD-rom + install). Next steps for subscription tools & learning.

We're pleased to announce another record year for us!

Unicorn Training

We also partnered with the University of London and Learning Age Solutions Ltd (LAS) and won the Gold Award for Best Use of Simulations or Virtual Environments at the Learning Technologies Awards.Peter Phillips, Unicorn CEO, said: “Each of our main business streams - content development, platform licences, off the shelf compliance solutions, and games and simulations - achieved double digit growth in the financial year.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Active Learning. Active learning is a strategy focused on encouraging learners to actively participate in training. Examples of active learning activities include practical tasks and problem-solving conducted in small groups. ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning).

E-learning ain't what it used to be

Clive on Learning

The interactive self-study lesson that we commonly refer to as an e-learning module has a very long history, going back to the late 1970s and the very first micro-computers. People want to access learning materials in the same flexible ways in which they access all other online information.