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Over 70% of companies are planning to implement mobile learning in the next 2 years according to Towards Maturity’s research.
According to research, learning technologies are being embraced by organisations like never before. Fantastic! In the bid to do ‘more for less’ this makes perfect economic sense.
Towards Maturity create a ‘Treasure Trail’ for Learning Technologies – featuring four new Ambassadors
When it comes to advice on delivering results with learning technologies, the most valuable pearls of wisdom are most likely found in each other’s experiences.
Learning Technologies at Olympia 2 on the 26th and 27th of January is definitely the UK event not to be missed if you are looking for inspiring ideas (for free!). Here are our 23 reasons to attend!
Laura Overton will be speaking at the Learning Technologies show next week at 3 free seminars – everyone is welcome! Join us for an interactive seminar to discuss how to improve performance with learning technologies:
With over 9m people in the UK not online yet, does a lack of employee IT skills cause barriers for your L&D programmes? This HOW TO Guide will help you get your staff online.
As our colleague Clive Shepherd often says, the methods for learning are timeless but the media for learning are changing rapidly and as L&D professionals, it can be tough going to keep up to date!
We are great supporters of TJ’s research L&D 2020 that explores the ways in which the L&D profession need to operate in the future to support changing business needs more successfully
1/5th of the UK population has never been online – How does this impact your e-learning strategy and what can you do about it?
If your new year’s resolution is to make sure your investment in learning technologies works harder and delivers more in 2010 then do make sure you come and see us at next week’s Learning Technology 2010 exhibition in Olympia 2, London. If time is tight and budget tighter, here are just a few reasons to come along. Free seminars, free resources and free coffee on Toward Maturity’s stand number 125! Register for free here!
Elnet, the e-learning network of Australasia, launched a new journal on the 22nd of December 09, Impact – Journal of Applied Research in Workplace E-learning.
Technology has already transformed our personal and business lives, but its impact on learning and development has been patchy. Yes, e-learning has grown steadily, but only a few of its possibilities have been exploited and far too few trainers feel they have any role to play in its usage. Towards Maturity Enterprises Ltd has launched a new booklet, What every learning and development professional needs to know about e-learning, to help remedy this situation.
Achieving quality with proven quality management is always essential but never more so than when times are tough. This has led to a surge in business for a global provider of ISO 9000 consultancy and training. Increased volume of business meant more staff were needed world-wide, quickly. The only way to deliver a consistent quality is to use internal experts to deliver on-line lessons.
Individuals with responsibility for implementing learning technologies in their own workplace were invited to participate in the Towards Maturity Benchmark between October and November 2008.
Our Driving Business Benefits research has highlighted that we are expecting so much more from our investment in learning technologies during difficult times but the biggest barriers to success are our lack of skills in developing appropriate solutions – knowing how to create the right blends of learning technologies and interventions that deliver results. Yet less than 1 in 5 organisations provide any training on how to do this.
Generator, the technology improvement leadership tool for FE and Skills was launched on the 5 March 2009. This new online tool is available free of charge to all colleges and learning providers in the FE and Skills sector.
Driving Business Benefits – the UK’s comprehensive review of Learning Technologies at work is launched today.
Driving Business Benefits – the UK’s comprehensive review of Learning Technologies at work was launched on the 28th January 2009.
Towards Maturity will launch results of UK’s most comprehensive e-learning review at Learning Technologies 09
At Towards Maturity we are always looking for ways to help organisations improve the impact of their learning technologies at work.
Over 150 personalised benchmark reports have now been sent out to organisations who have taken part in the Towards Maturity Benchmark survey and the process of taking part is really paying off.
With a myriad of resources out there on the web, how do we make sense of them all?
Towards Maturity subscribers are invited to a free private seminar at this year’s Learning Technologies event at Olympia at 10.30 on Wednesday 30th January in conjunction with e-skills UK and the e-learning awards.
The Towards Maturity research highlighted the growth in rapid e-learning development as learning professionals are looking to become more responsive to employer needs.
Mobile learning is gaining momentum as devices become more ubiquitous. This free guide is the latest in a series published by Kineo and UfI and explores the opportunities available for learning on the move.
The QIA Excellence Gateway offers the further education system a number of key features to encourage self-improvement for all those involved in further education. The Towards Maturity Project supports the service by sharing good practice to ensure success of e-learning in the work place.(More )
There’s been a surge of interest recently in podcasting among learning and development professionals. Behind the hype, though, hard information seems hard to find. Donald H Taylor,one of the Towards Maturity Virtual Advisorty Members, outlines some ways to get started and make your mark with podcasting on TrainingZone.
The Towards Maturity e-learning project is interested in improving the effectiveness of e-learning in the workplace. But it is not just about supporting those who are implementing e-learning in their place of work but also those who are providing work based learning programmes to employers from both the commercial and public sector.
A new online portal which is set to become the leading service for people working within all aspects of further education will be launched this week by the Quality Improvement Agency (QIA).
This good practice guide on learner support is produced by Kineo in collaboration with Ufi.
Kineo and Ufi, have produced a free guide for those new to podcasting that explores the potential of podcasting. It covers:
Getting started with e-learning can be daunting – there are many tools and services available with costs ranging from through the roof to free!
The ICCA (Increasing Citizens Choice & Access) project is about helping organisations harness the potential of technology in the learning process and overcome barriers to change.
Kineo – 50 ideas for free e-learning
Open source for e-learning: Moodle LMS overview