eLearning Articles & News
Applying neuroscience principles to learning and development is vital to ensure that learning sticks. Stella Collins has some practical tips to help L&D professionals’ support brain friendly learning.
Sukh Pabial shares what emotional intelligence is, and shares some handy hints to help you develop it.
A world first Moodle plugin, being created by the Consortium’s very own Jerrett Fowler, is causing excitement… So what exactly is it? And what does it mean for L&D professionals?
GivebackUK and Tinder Foundation have formed a partnership, to help deliver fantastic free video learning content online to a potential audience of millions.
Learning + Innovation = Renewable Energy
The latest research from the CIPD about the state of L&D is a mixed bag: Aligning L&D with business needs is looking rosy, but evaluating impact is pretty dismal. Ruth Stuart reports.
As of the 1st of June 2015 My Learning Cloud and the Charity Learning Consortium are delighted to announce they are official partners for all Consortium members and their elearning requirements.
Amy Brann examines how young children learn, and how organisations that follow their example can help nurture a learning culture.
The majority of organisations are now turning to some form of online learning to support individuals in the way that they do their jobs, and yet 3 in 5 learning & development leaders say that their managers and users are reluctant to engage.
As Product Development Manager at Shaw Trust, Anand Yagnik develops, evaluates and implements products and service delivery elements. He aims to increase the scale and effectiveness of Shaw Trust – a national charity helping people facing disadvantage get into work, gain skills and take control of their futures.
LAURA SKILTON Flexible Learning Specialist at Cats Protection. Laura develops online training for 9,000 volunteers, 550 staff and the cat owning public. "We have a marvellous training team and programme but online learning enables us to reach so many more...
Even though we talk all the time, it seems that practice doesn’t always make perfect. According to Hesketh Emden, a little training can make all the difference to the art of communication…