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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Webinar: How to launch eLearning at no budget

iSpring Solutions will host a webinar on how to get started with eLearning with no budget available. The session will be of great value for those who’d like to launch a pilot project before scaling up online training to the whole company, have no budget at all, or need to get the initial training results […]
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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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Be a GDPR Hero

Skillcast has released a new version of GDPR Hero. This is a serious game where people are challenged to make decisions on everyday data-processing scenarios. To celebrate the first anniversary of the GDPR, Skillcast have released a new version of its GDPR Hero Game. This is a serious game which challenges professionals to apply 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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Stop thinking like an instructional designer, start thinking like a game designer

Karl Kapp, Author and Professor, Bloomsburg University, explains how to think like games designers. Learning News interviewed games and learning design expert, Karl Kapp, at Learning Technologies 2019 following his conference session ‘Stop thinking like an instructional designer – start thinking like a game designer’. In an in-depth interview, Karl gives a concise masterclass on […]
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Learntech trends: Dani Johnson on AI and data in learning

Dani Johnson talks about what’s hot in learning technology and the huge changes that AI will bring to learning. Learning News interviewed learntech researcher Dani Johnson at Learning Technologies 2019 following her conference session ‘What’s hot and what’s not in 2019’, with fellow learntech commentators David Kelly and Steve Wheeler. Dani talks about a revolution […]
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Claudio Erba, CEO, Docebo at Learning Technologies 2019

Thinking differently about learning: Claudio Erba talks about what makes Docebo different and a fun, experimental approach to continual change. Learning News caught up with Claudio Erba, Founder and CEO of Docebo, during the Learning Technologies 2019 exhibition. We asked Claudio about Docebo’s proposition, its position in the market, what makes Docebo different and about […]
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