What is mobile learning? Mobile learning (or mlearning) is the use of mobile devices to access learning content, allowing users to learn at their own pace, in their own time. Mlearning should not to be confused with..
Learner engagement remains a challenge for organisation leaders and talent developers. In LinkedIn Learning’s 2019 Workplace Learning Report, the No. 2 focus area for Talent Development was: Increase engagement with..
learningCloud is our next-generation Learning Management System. With our latest feature releases, we see a leap from LMS to LXP
Have you heard the term ‘Adaptive Learning’? When you get a 5 minute tea break window, do you Google the various notions that have floated in and out of your subconscious since breakfast? How do you decide what to learn..
How can the two big technology trends - chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI) be used for workplace learning? Some organisations are starting to use intelligent chatbots to help them automate all kinds of tasks,..
Data came out as a clear winner in the 2019 Global Sentiment Survey with Personalisation/adaptive delivery in first place and Artificial intelligence (AI) at second place and Learning analytics in third. Logicearth was..
Recently we have been having meaningful conversations with a number of our content development clients about the move away from SCORM content courses, to the development of individual learning assets. Here we look at some..
'Learning in the flow of work' is a concept where learners can easily and quickly access answers or short pieces of learning content that will help them to do their jobs, at the point of need. The phrase was coined by..
Digital learning offers many different ways to train and support staff. From virtual classroom training and collaborative learning events to e learning content libraries, or blended learning solutions that include a..
One of the biggest challenges for Learning and Development teams is to deliver learning content that will close the skill gaps that learners have today while also preparing for their needs of tomorrow.
The LMS has evolved over the years, but many organisations are either unhappy with their initial choice, or down the line, find it isn't flexible enough for them to scale as the organisation grows or changes.
What to look for in a next-generation LMS?
There are many learning management systems (LMS) offerings on the market today and procuring an LMS is a complex buying decision - if you are new to eLearning or planning to..
What is the future of elearning and the opportunities it could bring to your business? Learning technology and learning content have a terrible history, but all that could be about to change. New, innovative learning..