Articles in 'Blog'
Rekindle the spark in your job
Portfolio building to reconnect with what excites you in your job.
Making the case for technology and media in the induction process
Read about how automating certain processes can help keep track on compliance progress of new employees.
The differences between active and passive learning
Active learning requires effort from learners and instructors, but the results are worthwhile.
Here's a nice way to win new customers.
Looking for new customers? We think we can help...
Maths for all. You can count on it!
Hundreds of practice questions aid learning with the step by step guides. Improve your maths today!
The importance of order in innovation. What can you learn from the new Learning Line reports?
Presentation of data offers new scope for innovation as trainers improve courses based on real time no-agenda information.
An article for trainers: think your company’s cut out for E-Learning? Take this quiz...
We've put together a few questions to help you find out where your organisation is with e-learning.
What is the examiner looking for and a 10 point plan for sitting comfortably…
Has your technique ever let you down? Are you sitting comfortably?
When did businesses start building relationships with their customers?
How can businesses win the trust of potential customers? We look at using content marketing and make you an offer!
What is the best way to test understanding?
Pros and cons of formal exams vs multiple-choice tests
Don't stick your head in the wall.. Get information to reach all parts of your business
How can companies intelligently broadcast their vast stock of knowledge and experience to all corners of the business?
Learning through problem solving
Problem-solving as a tool for learning isn't new. When constructed well, it’s an effective way of provoking engagement.
We all wait for taxis in the rain: seizing opportunities requires an open mind
You can never be sure where an opportunity to learn will come from, so keep an open mind.
Set targets to achieve goals
Recognition motivates. For learners this often means receiving a certificate. The Learning Line technology delivers a myriad of certification options based on simple combinations of actions or complex fusions of online and offline achievements.
Which language do you speak?
The Learning Line has language options offering international features across the platform. If you're looking to engage with a global audience, we'd love to talk to you.
Online learning: if they tune in and drop out, focus on the persistent learners
User registrations. Learner persistence and engagement. How to best judge the effectiveness of online courses?
Something to reflect on: what is the best way to learn?
TRUE OR FALSE: When you’re learning a new skill, or aiming to improve a skill, you should aim to get all practice questions correct?
How can companies help staff, or customers, to identify their skill level?
Setting targets is an important function in a business: understanding where knowledge gaps lie reduces the chance of accidentally getting into bad situations.
Some tips on study techniques
If you find studying hard, you’re not alone. Here are some tips on technique to make the journey as smooth as possible.
Changing Learning Habits
Learning habits have altered drastically. We believe in the importance of setting goals to use both as a target and also as a measure of recording achievement.
Spooked by MOOC’s? Debunking TLA’s in the distance learning spectrum
A guide to help you decide which e-learning options are for you.
Tips for course providers: starting with, what's a lesson?
Lesson planning in the era of TinCan and the philosophy of the statement
In looking for freedom we found slavery
Learning is more than a simple transfer: organic development can come about from open learning when social tools are in place.