Learning and Skills Group

The Learning and Skills Group (LSG) is an international community of L&D professionals interested in organisational learning and learning technology with more than 10,000 members.

It is also the official community of the Learning TechnologiesLearning and Skills exhibitions and conference at Olympia London (31 Jan - 1 Feb 2018).

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LSG News

The 2016/2017 LSG webinar series continues on Thursday 18th May:

10:00 Simulations for learning: Strategy, design… and serious play!

Caroline Freeman, Director of Design, and Colin Welch, Head of Production, Brightwave Group

12:00 Understanding Millennials: from attraction to retention

Felix Mitchell, Found and Director at Instant Impact

Recordings of previous LSG webinars are available via the webinar archive tab

In addition, all videos from past Learning Technologies conferences can be found on the video tab

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Global Learning Management

A group for people leading global learning organisations and intitiatives across multiple continents, cultures and languages
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Online Training in Industry Verticals? Recommendations?

HiHas anyone got any experience of buying off the shelf online training on industry verticals (Financial Services, Manufacturing, etc etc)Preferably that is by subscription and stays current! Eg by a business school etcThanksNickSee More
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This group is for anyone involved with or thinking of becoming involved with Open Badges.Posts of ideas, plans, successes and challenges are welcome from allSee More
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Classmarker v JotForm

Hi all,I'm thinking of moving our testing over from Classmarker to JotForm but one thing worries me - JotForm is great for making forms, but for quiz-making, test creating, I'm not so sure. We need to create a lot of language tests which need to be marked and evaluated - I'm just not sure whether JotForm is too cumbersome for this or whether I'm just missing a very basic setting.Have any of you used both and are able to give me feedback either way? I like Classmarker but there are…See More
May 22


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