The Enhance Digital Teaching Platform has evolved into a fully fledged Learning Management System. Here's some more information on features of the system and how users of the platform have been utilising its EdTech resources.
This week sees the launch of a new augmented reality smartphone application developed by SkillsLogic for our partner The Skills Network. The app delivers video case studies, a virtual tutor and interactive 3D models to accompany their qualifications - starting with their Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Nutrition and Health.
Skillsby, our pay-as-you-go cloud learning management system (LMS) is to extend the free offer period for its GDPR awareness course.
Skillsby, the easy-to-use learning management system (LMS) from SkillsLogic, is offering a free GDPR course online titled 'GDPR Awareness' to help large and small organisations get to grips with the shake-up in data protection legislation.
We recently published a light-hearted blog about using the ever popular animated gif for simple e-learning simulations and animations. Well a reader got in touch and sent us a truly educational gif animation - instructing how to parallel park.
We have recently been enhancing the xAPI (formerly tin can API) content player in our white label learning management system (LMS) by implementing cmi5. These are some of our observations about the implementation. This part is about importing e-learning content into the learning management system.
The gif file format is 30 years old and more popular than ever. In the post-flash world, despite some drawbacks, there is a role for the animated gif in simulations in e-learning content.
We have recently been enhancing the xAPI (formerly tin can API) content player in the underlying code of our bespoke learning management system (LMS) by implementing cmi5. In a series of blog posts we will compare the cmi5 way of doing things with the native xAPI mechanisms and share some of our experiences of the implementation.
A white label learning management system sits between an off-the-shelf system and full bespoke solution. It’s a cost effective option for any training provider that wants to get up and running fast with their own branded learning management system.
SCORM 1.2 is still the defacto standard for moving learner progress information backwards and forwards between e-learning content and the learning management system that hosts it. Anyone who wants to create interactive e-learning content needs to think about SCORM and you will almost certainly need to implement SCORM if you want to track learner progress in the learning management system.