As digital learning solutions become a larger part of any organisation’s learning and development offering, the question of whether to go for customised or generic is an important one. Which do you choose? The short answer is both!
With AI writing tools rocketing in popularity, we question whether writers have something to worry about or if it should be embraced as a supportive tool.
Find out how Walkgrove is accelerating environmental action through partnership with Semcon.
Climate change is threatening our planet and will be this generation’s biggest challenge to overcome. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned that global temperatures need to be kept from rising by more than 1.5⁰c – we’ve already passed 1⁰c. We need to act now.
In the year ending March 2020, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimated that 4.9 million women had been victims of sexual assault in their lives.
A new phishing simulation tool that helps you train your staff and improve cybersecurity is now available as an add-on to our LMS platform.
Whether it’s your first or fiftieth e-learning project, you will want the development process to run smoothly. That means a learning product developed on time, on budget, and that can deliver your agreed learning objectives.
In a new Svelte LMS review for 2021 by David Patterson over at the e-learning consultancy and market analysts, Learning Light, our platform won a great deal of praise for its security, pricing, and modern feature set.
I have long been an avid reader of all forms of creative writing—not just novels, but poems, short stories, articles and conceptual pieces. However, my reading had only been for pleasure until I was invited to be a judge for the Nottingham Young Creative Awards in the Creative Writing category, which Walkgrove kindly sponsors.
Have you heard of ‘learning styles’? If you’re involved in training or education, you probably have! As the name suggests, the idea behind learning styles is that every person has their own individual ‘style’ of learning – usually either ‘visual’ (learning by seeing‘), ‘auditory’ (learning by hearing) or kinaesthetic’ (learning through touch or movement) – which should ideally be catered to when we design training initiatives.