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BETT 2013: What we saw and what was missing….

As we have written to in our previous Blogs comparing BETT with its rival (?) exhibition Learning Technologies, BETT was an exhibition of size and significance, indicating that the market in education for e-learning and technology is hugely important for UK PLC, and...

Learning Technologies 2013

A review and our 5 picks of the show……. Busy busy busy was the common consensus of those exhibiting in the Learning Technologies area, a slightly less busy area in our view was the Learning and Skills area, as it was in its new located area adjacent to LTs. I missed...

The rise and rise of open content

One of the biggest opportunities and issues for all of us in the e-learning industry – practitioners and developers is the rise and rise of open content. We have blogged about the FLATMAGS……Facebook, LinkedIn, Apple, Twitter, Microsoft, Amazon and Google all providing...

How big a problem is piracy and copying to e-learning?

How significant is the danger of piracy and illegal copying of e-learning software? I had a very interesting conversation with a company based in Russia the other day that has developed protection solutions to combat this problem. They provided me with statistics of...

Themes from Learning Technologies 2012

So what were the themes we saw at Learning Technologies 2012: Content still key, but of an ever widening genre…… Content developers were still very much in demand by delegates, with Kineo, Brightwave and LINE – with its Learning Architecture and PTK’s excellent game...