To answer this question correctly one must firstly explain the User Experience (UX) Process. With this in mind, below is a timeline to give you an idea of what goes into creating great UX: This is the most straight forward step in the process but arguably the most important – this step is all about assigning time to the project … Read More

Jon writes,   In July, I realised I’d been using Moodle for 14 years. In early 2003, I was approached by one of my former lecturers. She was looking for a website to host lecture notes and provide support materials. I thought, it’s 2003, there must be a better way of doing that than a simple website. We had no … Read More

With this in mind we have put together five basic learning principles, course creators and learning development professionals should be aware of: All information that comes into the grain is filtered through the amygdala. When a learner becomes bored or disengaged, the amygdala becomes hyperactive and it sends all of the information it receives to the lower 80% of the … Read More

This blog will take a closer look at elearning strategies as well as some practical advice on how to keep new employees engaged in an increasingly competitive business environment. Onboarding is extremely important and can have an impact on your organisation’s bottom line if not implemented correctly. For instance a recent study found 69% of employees are more likely to … Read More

Based on trends we have seen in the last year we’ve compiled a list of the top ten business trends to look out for in 2018 and how some of them might impact on elearning. If you would like to speak to one of our experts about business trends in elearning call us on +44 (0) 28 9042 2000 or … Read More

We’ve seen popular mobile phone manufacturers giveaway VR headsets to all those who purchase their handsets and you only have to go on to social media to experience content specifically created for VR. At the moment VR is being used mainly for recreational use but it’s only a matter of time before it makes it’s way into the workplace and … Read More

But it’s worth breaking your workforce down into segments. Millennials are an extremely important group, especially when looking to the future of your organisation. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are people who were born between early 1980’s to early 2000’s. They are the masters of this age and are drivers of change. There are 92 million millennials in the … Read More

We are global experts in elearning, with over twenty years of experience implementing systems into some of the world’s most recognised organisations. Talk to one of our elearning experts today  on +44 (0) 28 9042 2000 or email [button type="flat" shape="rounded" size="small" href="/contact-us" title="Example”]Contact Us[/button] Source: LinkedIn Learning

Maximising ROI with elearning eLearning can leverage the benefits of the pareto principle which states that the top 20% of the workforce generates 80% of the business. Knowledge can be passed on to the rest of the workforce resulting in improved business performance. A prolific learning culture is the prerequisite to retain the most skillful or talented employees which constitute … Read More

Full details and features within 3.3 release can be found here. With every new release comes more detailed enhancements but it’s worth reminding ourselves of the key benefits of using Moodle LMS in your organisation. Moodle is open source software, which in very basic terms means the source code is accessible to all, distributed under the General Public Licence. Hence it … Read More