eLearning Articles & News
Tim Drewitt has created a handy PDF guide with tips on how to create an abstract for an article that you’d like learners to read.
Jo Cook gives advice on navigating the challenges of moving to live online learning, with tips on how to engage a ‘virtual’ audience.
Have a read of the first edition of The Charity Learning Times!
This guide explains how to turn an article you’re reading into a learning activity. It highlights why articles can be a useful learning method and how to help the learner to get the most from it.
We do love our lingo in L&D, don’t we! Jo Cook unravels exactly what live online learning is all about, and why understanding its capabilities (and limitations) can help deliver fantastic online sessions.
In these extraordinary times, you may have to sell the benefits of eLearning, and fast. Gill Chester has some tips for making the case for taking your training online.
We are so glad that we can work from home and continue to provide the same service to our charity members. Thank you to everyone who is on the frontline and helping those who need it most during this difficult time. We made a little video to let you know that we’re still here and it’s business as usual!
Tim Drewitt shares his tips for making Skype presentations more interactive, to engage your learners online.
Are your staff stressed and struggling with change? Matt Somers shares five tips to help support your workforce in extraordinary times.
Isobel Dobney shares her list of L&D influencers to follow on social media, as well as the free networking events that are too good to miss.
Workforce surveys won’t improve engagement, it’s what you do next that counts. Daniel Scott has some top tips for getting the most out of surveys to help you build real staff and volunteer engagement.
Behavioural agility is critical to successfully navigating through our ever changing working world. Liggy Webb explains what the five essential elements are to behavioural agility, and exactly how to cultivate these essential skills.