Tag: planning
10th June 2015, by , in Blog
Over the coming weeks and months we’re fortunate enough to be publishing a series of guest blog posts by a number of industry experts. Our first post in the series is written by Brad Philpot, founder and owner of Philpot Education, a licensed provider of worldwide IB teacher training.  I was introduced to Moodle in 2005, when I...
10th April 2015, by , in Blog
Perhaps the most obvious difference between classroom based and online learning is the latter’s availability from any location at any time. One particular benefit of a VLE in this regard is the ability to use it to support teaching and learning if the school is forced to close, whether that’s due to extreme weather, security...
2nd February 2015, by , in Blog
As anyone who’s been involved in implementing e-learning technology in schools will know, the process can at times seem like something of an uphill struggle, with the distant promise of “launch day” the only motivation to press forwards. Once the final day comes, and your new learning platform is finally live, it’s tempting to breath...
25th June 2014, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
Prior to working with us, many of our clients have worked with multiple systems, claiming they were unable to find the right VLE or Learning Platform to meet their needs and requirements. What we have discovered is that it is not always the case of a bad system and more often than not their dissatisfaction...

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