DML central blog

This collaborative blog and curated collection of free and open resources is produced by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub, whose mission is to advance research in the service of a more equitable, participatory, and effective ecosystem of learning keyed to...

Mozilla Open Badges Blog

A digital badge is an online representation of a skill you’ve earned.Open Badges take that concept one step further, and allows you to verify your skills, interests and achievements through credible organizations. There you have it…..and you can read about it by...

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners Ideas for efficient and effective tech integration, created by Susan Oxnevad. Check out Susan’s blog This is a bright and quite brilliantly illustrated blog, focusing on Glog-ing, Google Docs for learning, learning tools and...

2012-17 e-learning market predictions from GSV Advisors

New e-learning market size analysis published by Edtech Digest, from GSV ADVISORS. The report offers a summary of overall Global Education Expenditure, and this is broken down into a series of catagories including e-learning at K-12, Higher post secondary and...

Market Reports

These are the e-learning market research reports from Learning Light, giving value and shape to the UK and international online training and learning technologies industry. View All Reports Available to Buy A Review of the e-learning markets of the UK, EU and China...

The Rapid eLearning Blog

This blog has loads of incredibly practical and helpful tips on developing your own e-learning courses using Articulate powerpoint and other easy tools. I’ve used some of the tips over and over again. Follow Tom on Twitter @tomkuhlmann

Making change

Cathy Moore’s blog has a range of practical, common-sense posts on all aspects of e-learning and instructional design. What is refreshing is her mission to do away with the soul-destroying, text-laden, formal e-learning courseware which has rightly given some...

Learning with 'e's

Steve Wheeler’s blog is very learner-centred and he ranges over subjects as diverse as Wikipedia, game-based learning, usability and sympathetic content development. I found his approach very appealing and his range of interests exciting, interesting and...

Internet Time

Visit Jay’s blog at internettime.com to read about his latest conference visits, trips and colleagues’ goings on.  Gossipy, anecdotal but fun like all the best blogs.  Follow Jay on Twitter@jaycross