Last month, I attended and presented at my first Moodle iMoot. For those of you unfamiliar with Moodle Moots, these are regional conferences held annually.
LEO Learning's Design Director, Andrew Joly, gives valuable tips for designing learner journeys as part of a learning architecture.
The purpose of this event, held at London’s historic Royal Institution, was to share and validate our latest work on Learning Architectures..
Andrew Joly discusses the role of marketing communications in designing learning programmes that adopt an ‘architectural’, resource-based approach.
Volvo Cars sets a growth strategy that sees sale volumes almost double over five-years. The forecast growth was to be fastest in the so-called BRIC markets.
The growth of PC computing boomed from 1985 onwards and with it came the advent of CBT. We speak on the recent revolution of mobile learning.
The road of mobile learning has always had serious potholes for organisations wanting to drive value and performance from their IT deployment.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a new trend in the workplace, leading on from successful ‘Bring Your Own Computer’ initiatives within many organisations.
Throughout the year technology advanced and LEO launched Gomo learning, the first learning authoring tool to deliver to multiple platforms.
Is it R.I.P. for the e-learning course? Patrick Thomas LINE's Key Account Director for the Energy Sector discusses the possibility.
Kaffia Clouden, Marketing Assistant, attended a recent Leo Learning Lunch Forum in Zurich, which explored learning strategy for leadership development.
In the 30 years since their inception, video games have received an enormous amount of attention for their potential effects on children and young people.