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eCom now a G-Cloud 9 Supplier

Posted By: eCom Scotland

eCom’s learning and assessment products are all available to purchase on the newly launched G-Cloud 9, the UK Government’s framework for cloud-delivered ICT goods and services on the Digital Marketplace.


How eAssessment and eLearning help apprentices become work-ready

Posted By: eCom Scotland

Digital learning technologies can enhance apprenticeships for organisations currently involved in work-based learning and those just getting started. eCom, in partnership with the eAssessment Association, hosted a live Twitter Chat on Tuesday 16 May to discuss how eAssessment and eLearning can help apprentices become job ready.


The Benefits of Open Badging in End-Point Assessment

Posted By: eCom Scotland

Open Badges are a digital record of learning experience and achievement that help to recognise and verify learning. In this webinar Geoff Chapman will present for members of the Federation of Awarding Bodies, introducing Open Badging and the benefits for candidates and awarding organisations of incorporating badging into end-point assessment.


Using Learning to Strengthen Member Relationships

Posted By: Geoff Chapman

Engaged members are the lifeblood of any membership organisation and the most successful organisations have quality and progressive interactions with members who want to be part of their network. Learning and professional development can be a key element in developing an engaged membership base. For organisations with education programmes an effective customer relationship management (CRM) system offers significant benefits for strengthening member relationships.


Digital learning technologies a game changer in medical education

Posted By: eCom Scotland

What is the most effective way to educate and train medical/science professionals, students or users of ground-breaking medical technology globally? What role can digital learning play?


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