Join D2L at the EWF 2020 to discuss the future of lifelong learning
This year marks D2L’s 20th anniversary. Over these 20 years, the worlds of work and education have seen immense change. Technology has transformed the way we carry out day-to-day activities and has opened up unimagined possibilities in communication
At this year’s OEB, hear from the University of Surrey on how students are supported in developing effective study behaviours for successful learning outcomes
The event brings together decision-makers, leaders and policy-makers to discuss progress and obstacles to effective online learning as well as the challenges that educators and learners face, and the means to overcome them.
Today’s courses should combine the best that online learning can offer with proven face-to-face and other teaching models. Content needs to be accessible, capable of adapting to meet diverse learning needs, and engaging.
Grading is changing, and for the good – this blog discusses the changing landscape in assessment type due to pedagogical e-platforms.
How is digitized assessment impacting the grading and feedback process? Read this article to learn how to make this process more effective.
In the early days of online learning, digitisation wasn’t a transformative or revolutionary development, even though some may have thought it was.
This, the fourth edition of the annual event, provides a perfect opportunity for learning instructors and administrators from education and enterprise to gain practical skills in learning platform course design, implementation and administration.
Learn how continually re-skill has become a need in working life and how employee skills set evolves with the job and the mindset required for this change.
Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) have helped many educational institutions transform learning through engaging, interactive courses that are simple and easy for learners to access and navigate.
A positive vision for the transformation of technology in the education sector in England