Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company which works to create an entrepreneurial environment where women-led businesses can flourish. In our latest blog, our MD, Wendy Edie, shares her why.
When you’re being asked to do more with less, it’s important to provide your people with the skills and knowledge they need in a cost-effective way. eLearning is frequently used to achieve this and many organisations are thinking about replacing their Learning Management System (LMS) because it no longer meets their needs. So how does your LMS measure up?
What are some of the common pitfalls when working with learning content and how can you make sure you avoid them? In this blog, we share some of our top tips to help you meet your business goals.
With new technologies and changing learner requirements, it has been said that the role of instructional design could change entirely. Adaptation is already underway but when it comes to content curation less has changed than you might think.
eLearning attracts a lot of buzzwords, which are claimed to make your eLearning more successful: augmented reality, gamification, games-based learning, micro-learning. While all these elements have their place and will help engagement, not one will necessarily make your project effective.