Over 1 in 5 cybersecurity threats targeted professional education from april to june: mimecast report

Between April and June of this year, more than 1 in 5 malware attacks tracked by the cybersecurity firm Mimecast targeted the professional education industry. The sector was far and away the highest-hit by spam campaigns, garnering 21.5% of the attacks. IT and SaaS came in second place at 8.87%. Mimecast published these results in […]
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Changes in the Structural Approach to Learning

An opinion piece by Darren Hockley — So often when we think about learning in organisations, we’re presented with the option of ‘traditional’ (meaning face-to-face or classroom learning) versus online learning as if the two are inexorably opposed. In my opinion, these so-called mortal enemies, fighting to reign supreme over mandatory training, aren’t opposites at […]
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Top 6 eLearning Trends Of 2019

2019… the year eLearning continues to grow like never before. What are the current trends? And, where do we see them heading for the remainder of the year? How Do We See The Current eLearning Trends Of 2019 And Their Future? 2019, so far, has seen eLearning getting bigger and better. It seems there is […]
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eLearning Courseware Design Trends

This article discusses 6 eLearning trends and how they apply to courseware design. We discuss their advantages, disadvantages and how they apply to your organization. Trends In eLearning With A Focus On Courseware Design Why do we offer our employees training? We want to build the learners’ capabilities so that they perform their jobs better, […]
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eLearning Africa – Increasing the talents of the continent

E-Learning training is now a worldwide phenomenon. From October 23 to 25, 2019 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, the fourteenth international conference and exhibition on “ eLearning Africa” training and skills development will be held. In 2019 the conference, which has earned a reputation as the leading edtech conference and exhibitionon the continent, looks, among other areas of interest, at how […]
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Benefits of self-learning in e-learning mode

Each of us must come to terms with the society that surrounds us, which is developing ever more rapidly, and become aware of the fact that he will have to continue to learn throughout his life, keeping abreast of the news of his sector or profession to stay abreast with the times. However, due to […]
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UpsideLMS debunks longstanding L&D Myths in a recently released Infographic

UpsideLMS uncovers the truth on Learning & Development myths perpetuated for many years in its recently released infographic. UpsideLMS, a leading provider of learn-tech solutions, continues to strive to spread awareness about learning and development practices and emerging technologies, and increase adoption of technology-enabled learning in the workplace. Most recently, UpsideLMS has released a comprehensive […]
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2019 eLearning Trends & Leading Technology Solutions

We’ve been again been digesting the various articles on 2019 elearning trends and technologies to look out for in order to make the most of online training. We’ve combined the thoughts and predictions from many leading experts with our own observations and market research. There are a few recurring topics from the last 2 years, […]
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Consortium reaches milestone developing charities’ skills

The Charity Learning Consortium has reached a milestone, bringing more than 150 third sector organisations together to save money and collaborate towards eLearning success. The Charity Learning Consortium has reached a massive milestone in its history, and now has more than 150 membership organisations. This growth has resulted in more collaboration between members, which is […]
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Virtual Reality Meets Learning & Development

Virtual Reality offers the potential for an extremely engaging and immersive experience that could present real opportunities for learning and development. However, there is a real danger that corporate L&D is going to miss the most massive and impactful transformations of this learning technology. Virtual Difficulties Virtual Reality is not a new phenomenon, at Learning […]
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Kahoot! Acquires DragonBox for $18 Million

Last week, Norwegian-based edtech company Kahoot! announced that the acquisition of DragonBox, which is also based in Norway. The acquisition closed at $18 million and will help Kahoot scale its eLearning platform. The acquisition is another indication that the Northern European edetch market is currently both active and expanding. DragonBox DragonBox is responsible for the […]
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Microsoft Announces Strategic Partnership With Purdue Global

Microsoft Corp. recently announced new partnerships with several global leaders in higher education. Their goal is simple and timely. To address the growing labor gap, the company is partnering with leaders in higher education to rapidly scale training in several key areas from AI to cybersecurity to data science. Their chosen partners include Bellevue College […]
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Blended learning course “Educate Yourself on Europe”

Belarus Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, together with Belarusian educational portal Adukacyja.info, invites young Belarusians to participate in a second edition of blended learning course on European Union. Course description The aim of this educational programme is to provide participants the knowledge about the EU’s structure, values and current challenges, as well as to […]
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BASNET showcases its activities at Information Technologies in Education 2017

Representatives from the Belarusian national research and education network (NREN), BASNET, and the United Institute of Informatics Problems of the Academy of Sciences in Belarus, UIIP NASB, presented developments in robotics, speech processing technologies and high-performance systems to an international forum recently. The first international exhibition on “Information Technologies in Education” (ITE 2017) was held […]
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Knowledge Without Borders: EaPConnect in GÉANT CONNECT edition 26

Around halfway through its 5-year run, the Eastern Partnership Connect (EaPConnect) project is not only providing promised network connectivity between Europe and its Eastern Partnership neighbours (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine), it is also building the human networks that are vital if research and education collaborations are to flourish and grow. See the […]
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Register & participate: 2nd Eastern Partnership E-infrastructure Conference, EaPEC 2017

Registration is open for the 2nd Eastern Partnership E-infrastructure Conference, EaPEC 2017, in Minsk, Belarus, on 27-28 September. Policy makers, researchers, students and experts on networking, cultural heritage, and high-performance computing for research and education and other interested parties are invited to register and submit proposals for lightning talks and posters. The schedule and all other details […]
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Learn Online With “Civil Society. Dialogue For Progress”!

The overall objective of the e-learning courses development is to provide an open-access on-line resource to share skills and knowledge offered by the face-to-face trainings and seminars carried out by the “Civil Society. Dialogue for Progress” project, making them available to wider audiences and for a longer period of time. While being generally available to anyone […]
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