Anyone who has ever had to manage an LMS seems to talk about it with a resigned sigh. We in L&D usually don’t love them, so how can we expect our learners to?
To boost skills, and to keep up with the accelerating pace of technical change, new strategies are being introduced to address issues around lifelong learning and deficiencies in skills
An improved industry tool, launched at Learning Technologies today, aims to help buyers keep abreast of the latest advances in online learning
As Brexit increases the urgency to close the skills gap MPs are seeking more funding for adult education - which has experienced drastic cuts in recent years
A new report shows that those living in the countryside face real disadvantages in accessing skills
The Government is criticised for the “absurdly short period of time” given for responses to the scope and working of the new Institute for Apprenticeships
Companies with records of supporting good causes are more popular with job candidates according to new research
L&D practitioners can benefit professionally and personally from a greater understanding of occupational psychology, says Ben White.
From the last day of LTUK17, Gent Ahmetaj reports on Clive Shepherd’s discussion on skills for L&D people
Debbie Carter reports on a learning exchange where Laura Overton and Andy Hurren explain how technology can make L&D more strategic
How can you stay current in your field when work, jobs, and even professions are constantly changing?
Harold Jarche talks about the importance of human connections, of networking and of supporting people in order to develop your skills and future employability.
TJ's new editor, Jon Kennard reflects on being back in L&D
Clare Edwards explores the brain’s programmed reactions to change in her latest neuroscience blog.
This week the L&D field will be talking, tweeting, Periscoping and blogging about the Learning Technologies 2017 conference and exhibition.
Meet the man with a mission to change perceptions around gang violence and to give the disadvantaged hope for a better future.
Inspiring people and challenging projects have shaped Brid Nunn’s L&D experience. Now she shares some of her most exciting work with TJ.
Watch the TJ interview with learning guru Elliott Maisie
Recording of the TJ discussion webinar from February 2017 about coaching and mentoring skills.
15 February 2017
Krystyna Gadd tries out a new website to encourage people on different networks to collaborate - here are her findings.
11 February 2017
There is one habitual behaviour that has a noticeable impact on behaviour. Rhodri Wyn Jones tells us about happiness.