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A Panel of experts paint a positive picture for public sector cloud adoption, confident that it is growing and will continue to do so.
Classrooms of the future will support the use of multiple devices as they are developed and enhanced, believes Robert Donelan, the Head of Learning Services at AAT.
Government IT still has a long way to go to match best practice, says Bill McCluggage, chief technologist, public sector UK and Ireland at EMC.
Embrace the growth of eLearning across the corporate landscape to set yourself at a competitive advantage, says Kevin Young, GM EMEA at SkillSoft.
Can the concept of gamification provide an effective solution to aid learning and development in business, asks Peter Phillips, Chief Executive of Unicorn Training.
Distance learning is not a new phenomenon... but technology is giving us many new possibilities, says David Williams, CEO and Founder of Impact International.
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.
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.
A gap in community services means patients who could be cared for at home are stranded in hospital for days, it was said yesterday.
Nearly half of young teenagers, aged 13-15, are no longer living with both their parents, but amongst parents of young teenagers who do remain together, 93 per cent are married, a report has said.
Exposure to internet pornography, which is “potentially just a few clicks away,” is linked to more sexually permissive attitudes and risky provocative behaviour in children, a report has found.
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