RNIB Scotland's Looking to the Future transitions project helps blind and partially sighted people make the move from school to college, university, training or work. eCom is delighted to have helped develop this course. Read more >
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.
The recent eLearning Network (eLN) event took a two-pronged approach to the conference format. There was a range of speaker presentations in the morning and an ‘unconference’ in the afternoon where we got to set the stage, present & participate in conversations. Here are some highlights.