Educational neuroscience is a field that studies brain activity during learning and seeks to understand the processes required for learning to occur. By understanding these processes, learning experience designers and commissioners of training products gain collective insight to inform real-world design decisions.
Following the recent Sponge & Skill Pill webinar at LTDX 2021, 'A better normal: Successfully Adjusting to Hybrid Working’, with Gerry Griffin, Pam Hamilton, and Dan Curtis, we gathered some of the key discussion topics.
Sponge, the leading digital learning provider, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and DVSA’s official publishing partner, The Stationery Office (TSO) have launched a new and improved theory training solution for learner drivers, riders, and instructors.
Join Skill Pill’s Gerry Griffin, Pam Hamilton, author of Supercharged Teams, and Dan Curtis from Travelodge - for an LTDX 2.0 session on how to empower your team with the tools for success in the era of hybrid working on Tuesday, June 29th, at 9:30 AM BST.
In today's business world, customers are savvier than ever, and with a wealth of information at their fingertips, they will often have researched the vendor before approaching the sales department. The sellers, for their part, need to be able to access knowledge and sales tools just-in-time, online or offline.
The year 2020 has brought unprecedented upheaval to the entire globe, and although there is some light on the horizon, the pandemic has got us all thinking and re-thinking about new ways to learn, work and adapt.
Digital communications are an essential tool for the pharmaceutical industry to interact consistently and effectively with a diverse and demanding network of stakeholders and a global workforce that is always on the move.
Since 2020, Diversity and Inclusion training has taken centre-stage at the forefront of social consciousness, and the efforts to build a more inclusive workplace gained momentum. In a guest post, Nick Watmough from our sister company Skill Pill discusses how to leverage microlearning to create a powerful D&I campaign.