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 over 7,200 members.

It is also the official community of the Learning TechnologiesLearning and Skills exhibitions and conference at Olympia 2 London (28-29 January 2015).

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The Learning and Skills Group Webinar Programme continued on 17 July with one online presentation:

Recordings will be available via the webinar archive early next week. Details of upcoming webinars will be available shortly.

These hour-long webinars are free to LSG members. Visit the Webinars tab for more information.

And over 150 videos from past Learning Technologies and LSG events can be found on the videos tab.

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Nikkie Pullen replied to Liz's discussion MBTI Step 1 training
"I can recommend Daisy Chain Consulting. Julia Hayward offers individual or group MTI 1&2 and is a fantastic coach http://www.daisychainconsulting.co.uk"
12 hours ago
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Norman Lamont posted a discussion

A new approach to performance support vs learning

HiI've written on my new blog about some articles I've come across describing a new approach to design which 'interrupts' the learning design process to create and try out performance support materials.I like the approach in theory but I'd like to know if anyone's put this or something similar into practice.ADDIE becomes ADIEDDIESee More
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Norman Lamont replied to Clare Spiers's discussion Silo Buster Team Activity
"You could consider David Gurteen's Knowledge Cafe idea.  I've used that once with success. http://www.gurteen.com/gurteen/gurteen.nsf/id/kcafe "
Joanne Pearce is attending LSG's event

More than Mobile – Beating the Forgetting Curve at Online

September 18, 2014 from 12pm to 1pm
More than Mobile – Beating the Forgetting CurveDonald Clark, Board Member Ufi and Non-Executive Director, Learning Pool. Let’s be honest … people forget most of what they have been taught very quickly and, until now, no new technology…See More
Kevin is now a member of the Learning and Skills Group
Julian Staddon replied to Rachelle Gatewood's discussion Rapid Development Tool for a Novice in the group eLearning Developers forum
"Hi Rachelle - welcome. There's a lot of us ones about. It depends what you want to do. Think of the tool second. What behaviours are you needing to affect? You may not need a shiny tool. There are many tools - see the discussions around here. I…"

Blog Posts

Top 5 Features of Articulate Storyline

Posted by Ciara Cunningham on July 15, 2014 at 16:30 0 Comments

Here at Aurion HQ, Articulate Storyline is our E-Learning authoring tool of choice. We like it because it produces fantastic learning content that hits the target both in terms of visual appeal and learning outcomes. Find out five reasons we think Articulate Storyline is fantastic:

This infographic is available to download here.

1. Ease…


4 Types of “Problem” E-Learners and how to deal with them

Posted by Ciara Cunningham on July 1, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

In an increasingly tech-savvy and budget driven age, the potential for E-Learning is limitless. The key to a successful E-Learning strategy is buy-in by people at all levels of an organisation. Sadly, anyone who has ever delivered an E-Learning programme will know that there will always be people who find transition difficult. We’ve identified four types of E-Learners to watch out for and how to deal with them when you spot them:…


Big Data, Big Results for E-Learning?

Posted by Ciara Cunningham on June 18, 2014 at 15:00 0 Comments

Any data, whether it is big or small can provide a useful insight into learner performance and experience. Whilst big data is nothing new and has been a familiar term for a number of years, we will explore whether big data can improve your E-Learning.

In many circles big data has become a buzz word,…


Summer Forum and Conference

Posted by Kate Graham on June 15, 2014 at 23:17 0 Comments

Is it really five months since the learning community descended on west London for Learning Technologies? Well it must be, for this week sees the Learning and Skills Group Summer Conference open its doors on Tuesday 17 June. Run by the same fabulous team, this event is designed to explore some of the main themes from the January event, the monthly webinar series and online discussions on the Learning and Skills Group community site.

There are lots of different types of session…


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