A fantastic opportunity to lead the development and implementation of a global strategy and operating model for the ‘Learning Technologies’ space in Aviva and to ultimately improve the effectiveness and efficiency of learning across the organisation.
The first half trading update from LTG gives details about progress on the Civil Service contract as well as Rustici acquisition and Watershed investment.
Learning Machine and MIT Media Lab's Learning Initiative have released the first version of an open-source project that builds an ecosystem for creating, sharing, and verifying blockchain-based educational credentials.
Technavio’s latest global content authoring tools market report highlights four key emerging trends predicted to impact market growth from 2016-2020.
Following an initial investment in December, Unicorn Training has taken a majority stake in Amuzo, to bring the BAFTA-nominated games studio under the Unicorn corporate umbrella.
Athabasca University Press has published Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning, a book edited by George Veletsianos, that owes its existence to the insightful authors who contributed their chapters on the topic. Like other titles published by AU Press, the book is open access.
Research on more than 2,000 potential workers reveals the gulf between learner aspirations and the experience of learning in the workplace.
As noted in their preliminary results, Tribal Group has been in discussions in relation to their contract with TAFE Queensland, and today Tribal confirms that it has agreed with TAFE Queensland to end the contract with immediate effect.
Learning Technology Group has agreed to buy the entire share capital of Rustici Software LLC for a sum of USD26 million from its founders, Mike Rustici and Tim Martin.
CogBooks, a UK-based education technology business, has raised £1.25m from existing investors Nesta Impact Investments, DC Thomson and the Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise. The investment will be used to accelerate expansion in the UK and US higher education markets.
The demographics of massive open online course (MOOC) analytics show that the great majority of learners are highly qualified professionals, and not, as originally envisaged, the global community of disadvantaged learners who have no access to good higher education.
Brightwave have announced it's been acquired by Capita, the UK provider of technology-enabled customer and business process services and integrated professional support services.
The City & Guilds Group has announced the creation of a new digital credentialing services business, following the acquisition of Makewaves. Digitalme – a not-for-profit organisation – will also become part of the City & Guilds Group. The new business will be known solely as Digitalme.