The Linux Foundation is proud to announce there have been two million enrollments to date across all of its online courses offered on the edX platform.
THRIVE announces new content integration that gives users straightforward access to OpenSesame’s diverse collection of online courses.
Vodafone has announced that it’s partnering with the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) provider Udemy to help small businesses get the digital training they need.
Learning solutions leader eLearning Brothers today announced an agreement with BizLibrary.com to offer more than 2,500 off-the-shelf (OTS) microlearning courses.
The Ken Blanchard Companies® has announced that it is integrating its full catalog of digital assets and online courses on Degreed.
Capgemini announced a global partnership with Coursera to expand its libraries of high-quality learning to all of its employees across the globe.
Given the priority of moving education online in light of COVID-19, we have the opportunity to reinvent the classroom into a hybrid, interactive experience.
Following UK government measures to combat Coronavirus, Knowledge Train have suspended all classroom training events and transferred students to new virtual classrooms.
Frontline workers not only represent the company to its clients and customers, but they are also responsible for building a lasting relationship with them. Despite their importance, organizations tend to overlook them when it comes to training.
What does this change mean for you? Your e-learning courses developed using Flash or containing Flash elements will no longer play or open in browsers, unless you convert them to HTML5. Here are 10 tips to help you prepare for this transition.