Global digital learning developer Sponge is announcing a new brand promise that will revolutionise its delivery of digital learning and fulfil its mission to “make learning unforgettable”.
Sponge has achieved the pinnacle status of gold accredited learning technologies provider.
With cyber-attacks on the rise and a lack of cyber security professionals, here are three ways organisations can deploy targeted upskilling to keep themselves secure.
Sponge has won a gold Brandon Hall Group award in the Best Advance in Learning Management Technology for Compliance Training category, celebrating the innovative compliance learning solution Sponge delivered in partnership with Travelodge.
Sponge are kicking off 2023 with a bang! Skill Pills by Sponge, the content library of over 400 off-the-shelf microlearning courses, has been refreshed with a new look and feel to make digital upskilling unforgettable.
Digital marketing is growing in importance and is now considered an in-demand skill across many organisations. What role can L&D play in helping boost the digital marketing capabilities of an organisation?
Sponge are through to the final stage of judging in eight categories for the LEA23 awards, including Outstanding External Provider. The award winners will be announced on March 30 2023 following the final stage of judging.
The UK’s largest independent hotel brand has partnered with Sponge since 2020, to assist in the deployment of a data-driven compliance learning strategy.
We recap our virtual roundtable, which featured input on digital learning fatigue from some of the top L&D minds from the likes of Google, AstraZeneca, Deloitte, and more.
In light of recent reports highlighting the need for effective data insights and analysis to maximise the capability of L&D offerings, we ask the question: is your organisation's L&D strategy the best it can be?
Are organisations and their L&D providers prepared to meet increased sustainability training needs?
We’ve pulled together the top L&D minds from some of our biggest clients to tackle the question: how do we overcome digital learning fatigue and keep learning engaging?
In this episode of Expert Views, we continue to explore learning in the Metaverse with Karl Kapp, professor of Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University.
Karl Kapp, Professor of Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University, provides insight into what the Metaverse can offer that other learning approaches lack, and more.