Articles in 'Blog'
Have you changed since 2003?
Do you feel privileged to have attended university, or do you feel that accessing high quality learning as and when you want to is something of a right?
Studying eye tracking helps us present content for learners
Our quest to help learners extends to studying how we read text on a screen
How do you build a big company?
How can companies with great people provide supportive training as the company grows?
Hit TV show Modern Family illustrates the importance and benefit of learning from the extended family
Reflections of parallels between TV's Modern Family and the extended family of learners that we foster at Coracle.
Where do you stand on the Learning vs Teaching debate?
At Coracle we believe that learning is more important than teaching. Connecting and being open to connecting is the vital first step towards success.
Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) for course participants, moderators and mentors
KPI data allows moderators and mentors to target help to candidates
Guide to dealing with the media and social media. How our off-the-shelf courses can get your company started with the Learning Line today
We'd like to tell you about our ‘rapid start, flexible growth’ approach of offering off-the-shelf courses to get your company e-learning project kick-started.
Social Media often comes in for a hard time, so does social learning have a future?
Online learning as a social experience has a bright future. We'd love to share thoughts with you.
Social learning can change the world
Technology is broadening the ways in which social learning happens: a foundation for learning as a conversation.
Collaboration: It's so important when you're learning
Integrating collaboration and reward tools within the Learning Line helps learners achieve their goals
The Power of Why
Learning is much harder if we are simply expected to absorb a fact per se, rather than understand the 'why'.
Reasons why some new e-learning projects fail
A look at why some e-learning projects capture the imagination whilst others launch with a whimper and then fail.
Educational content marketing and the advantages of driving engagement
Educational content marketing could be the strategy you're looking for to start building relationships with potential clients.
Book Review: Don’t Go Back To School (Kio Stark)
Coracle built the Learning Line because we think people learn from their peers, learn from experts, and learn by teaching. Are we in tune with Kio Stark? Read our book review of 'Don’t Go Back To School'.
e-learning in perspective: 10 things you should ask when buying online learning programmes
What are your learners looking for? Knowledge takes far more effort to come by than information...
Learning is a blend of structured and unstructured activities
What is the best way to learn? Are different approaches appropriate for different people? Was Einstein right to believe that play was the highest form of research?
The I Learnt This button, CPD and unstructured learning
Capturing unstructured learning and validating it as an important part of CPD is notoriously difficult. The ‘I Learnt This’ button finally tackles the problem, easily and effectively.
Data storage may be cheap, but where's the value?
Coracle's Learning Line allows you to store lots of data and then we give you tools to filter for relevant, contextual records: adding value to storage.
It started with a tweet
Can using Twitter lead to anything worthwhile, in a business sense? Find out here...
How the Learning Line can help teachers and mentors with assessing/monitoring progress and writing reviews.
The Learning Line presents many opportunities to everyone involved in learning. It's not just for the student and it's not a way to read a static content. To understand what the Learning Line is about it is important we move away from these old ideas about e-learning.
Style guides in the age of digital
In this digital era, everyone’s a publisher. As a result, style causes more headaches than ever before. Coracle put a lot of thought into choosing which style guides to use. This article looks at what we decided, and why.
Lessons learned from building Multi-Lingual sites
Thoughts and tips for building a multilingual website.
Deployment - does it take time?
One of the things that often gets overlooked when writing software is the time and effort needed to get it from the developer's computer to its final publication or live state on the internet.