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eCom Scotland research shines light on Key Trends

After publishing what it believed would be eight ‘Key Learning and Development (L&D) Trends’ in 2022, the provider of online training and assessment, eCom Scotland, has carried out further market research among its clients to gauge the accuracy of its predictions.   Wendy Edie, eCom’s Managing Director, explained, “Towards the end of last year we [...]

By | January 25th, 2022|Categories: Learning, Learning Technologies|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Key Learning & Development trends for 2022 detected by eCom Scotland

Eight key trends will dominate the learning and development (L&D) sector in 2022. These trends have been identified from market research undertaken by eCom Scotland, a leading provider of online training and assessment and which, over the last 25 years, has been building an enviable worldwide reputation for its solutions’ quality and reliability.   Putting [...]

Engage in Learning offers ten predictions for e-learning in 2019

Engage in Learning, the e-learning supplier, has followed the well-honoured tradition of offering ten predictions for the e-learning sector in 2019.   Published and amplified on the company’s website, the predictions are: The key ‘elephant in the room’ issue, from a UK- and EU-perspective, is Brexit – and the positive and/or negative effects it will [...]

Independent report identifies the world’s top learning management systems

A thorough, independent analysis of 690 of the world’s leading learning management – and related - systems (LMSs) has identified the top performing 50.   Published by E-Learning 24/7, the report is a key tool for LMS buyers and is the work of the internationally-known corporate online learning industry analyst, Craig Weiss. For the last [...]

Independent report identifies the world’s top learning management systems

A thorough analysis of 642 of the world’s leading learning management systems (LMSs) has identified the top performing 50.   Published by E-Learning 24/7 - which not only publishes a regularly updated list of the top LMSs but also a list of the top rapid content authoring tools – the report is the work of [...]

Detailed analysis of learning management systems identifies the world’s top 50 systems

  A thorough analysis of 582 of the world’s leading learning management systems (LMSs) has identified the top performing 50. Published by E-Learning 24/7 - which not only publishes a regularly updated list of the top LMSs but also a list of the top rapid content authoring tools (comprising some 168 vendors) - and the [...]

‘E’ gets the elbow

According to a report from Elliott Masie, the world renowned e-learning guru, the ‘e’ in e-learning seems to be vanishing. Masie’s The Masie Center, in Saratoga Springs, New York state, has noticed that: There’s been a 20 per cent decrease this year in advertised ‘e-learning’ job vacancies. Apparently, ‘e-learning developers’ are now more [...]

By | August 15th, 2012|Categories: Learning Technologies|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Hot learning technologies identified

Asked – at the European user group conference for Plateau Systems’ talent management software, held in Rome at the end of March – what are today’s hot learning technologies, three of the UK’s top e-learning experts answered: Clive Shepherd: Mobile Apps rather than websites Self-study learning statistics should be available to show a learner what [...]

By | March 30th, 2011|Categories: Learning Technologies|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Ten trends for 2011

In early January, the US-based eLearn magazine asked a number of ‘e-learning folk’ for their predictions for 2011 and then published them (see: http://www.elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=articles&article=148-1)   The would-be clairvoyants of e-learning included Elliott Masie, Charles Jennings, Roger Schank, Seb Schmoller and someone called Bob Little. Among the many predictions, the most frequent were: A rise of [...]

By | January 10th, 2011|Categories: Learning Technologies|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Trends

The New Year is an opportune time to assess the markets and identify any key trends. Within the e-learning world, the past year has seen a number of trends – notably: E-learning producers - even those who outsource their development activities to countries other than the UK - are finding their customers deserting them and [...]

By | December 17th, 2007|Categories: Learning Technologies|Tags: , , |0 Comments