If you’ve ever spent hours, weeks or months even creating fantastic learning resources, only for them to go down like a lead balloon, read on…Harri Candy shares her hard earned wisdom on why learning materials can fail, and how to get them right first time.
Perry Timms shares his take on a recent webinar with some of the 2015 Charity Learning Award winners.
An engaging eLearning activity at Cats Protection is helping the UKs leading cat charity save vital resources, empower staff and help meet its vision. Read on to find out how one short eLearning activity achieved all of that, and went on to win the Charity Learning Award 2015 for the Best eLearning module design.
Nicola Tyzack used creativity and determination to create online resources to engage and support eLearners at the National Autistic Society. Judges of the Charity Learning Awards 2015 were so impressed by her results, which she achieved with no budget at all, she won the award for the ‘Best use of resources’.
Stella O’Neill was faced with a seemingly impossible task, of proving that 3,000 staff at CRI were compliant in information security – but she had no budget, and a tight, two month deadline. With no experience in instructional design, but practical help from staff at Virgin Media and support from the wider eLearning community, she created an award winning eLearning module.
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?