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Can the concept of gamification provide an effective solution to aid learning and development in business, asks Peter Phillips, Chief Executive of Unicorn Training.
Technologies can help organisations improve productivity through ICT consolidation and should be able to make substantial cost savings, says Mark Weir, Country Manager for Scotland at F5.
Knowledge experts should stop focussing on how technical they are and instead focus on what they can do and do it well, says Ian Ross, Learning Technologies Manager for the Charity Learning Consortium.
Distance learning is not a new phenomenon... but technology is giving us many new possibilities, says David Williams, CEO and Founder of Impact International.
The British BIDs Academy will train the next generation of high street professionals, says Dr Julie Grail, Chief Executive of British BIDs.
Why would any organisation want to get into banking at the moment? Asks Dr Steve McCabe from Birmingham City University’s Business School.
Either drop the beginning “e” in eLearning or widely expand its definition and scope, says Elliott Masie, Chair of The Learning Consortium at The MASIE Center.
The change in the SASE requirement is a clumsy and crude attempt to align requirements for vocational and academic pathways, says Jane Scott Paul, AAT Chief Executive
Dr. Laura Davidson, co-founding trustee of Mental Health Research UK, explains why exercise promotes good mental health, boosts your mood, and keeps stress at bay.
Chris Wade, CEO of Action for Market Towns, sets out the strategic steps that councils, community groups and businesses need to take together to deliver the long-term revitalisation of their town centres.
Cities are thought to be lacking in community feel, but in reality they are composed of many inter-woven communities on a larger scale.
David Downing, director of health at SAS UK, discusses how, with the help of data and analytics, the NHS can address the impact of Britain’s ageing population
Ahead of eHealthWeek and World of Health IT, taking place this week in Dublin, Microsoft’s Neil Jordan discusses why the health sector should embrace cloud technology to help improve the service it provides to patients.
Mental Health Awareness Week begins today. Paul Farmer, Chief Executive of leading mental health charity Mind, discusses the impact of holistic therapies, like working outdoors, on mental health and wellbeing.
Technology has changed how we look at city infrastructure, raising the possibility of smart cities. Could it now change how city governments and citizens interact?
Youth Employment UK responds to Mark Hoban, Minister of State for Work and Pensions on long term youth unemployment.
Last week, Eric Pickles announced a radical relaxation to the planning rules: from next month, offices can be converted to homes with no need for planning permission.
This week the Government introduces a new written English test for 11-year -olds. If they get it wrong, employers, voters, and a generation of young people will curse them.
The term ‘eLearning’ was first coined 15 years ago. Judith Christian-Carter, a Director of Effective Learning Solutions, asks: "what could and should be next?"
Sarah Amani, Mental health nurse for NHS South of England, shares her insights with the Information Daily on International Nurses Day 2013.
Given everything that has happened since Northern Rock proved to have feet of clay, some changes in "retail" banking were expected. Who would have thought that the changes would be so quick and so wide ranging.
Mark Hoban, Minister of State for Work and Pensions responds to David Miliband on long term youth unemployment.
85% of every pound set aside for classroom training is spent delivering it, says Dave Evans, Managing Director at accessplanit.
Learning and development (L&D) technologies will make an impact on our working lives in the near future, says Owen Ferguson, Product Development Director at GoodPractice.
A session describing the work and functioning of this new body, its contribution to the development of effective inter-operable Electronic Health records.