Keep on keepin’ on – the benefits of overlearning
Learning something new takes time, enthusiasm and, above all, practice. The more practice the better and that means repetition. We perfect our skill...Continue Reading >
Interleaved learning – the new spice of life
Interleaved learning. Many people aren’t familiar with the term, yet it is by no means a new development. It was first described as varied or mixed ...Continue Reading >
The Internet Of Things – Can it really help?
The future is never far away, and more often than not, it is actually already with us. We hear much talk these days of The Internet Of Things. Th...Continue Reading >
How to remember not to forget
We know that we all absorb knowledge in different ways, and at differing rates. We have individual methods that help us assess and filter information ...Continue Reading >
Tin Can API or SCORM : Which is best for you?
Organisations wishing to embrace eLearning face something of a dilemma when it comes to deciding between the two standards SCORM and Tin Can API. Some...Continue Reading >
The Millennial Question: Whose tech is it anyway?
Towards the end of 2016, a short video emerged on social media, featuring an interview with Simon Sinek, entitled The Millennial Question, which featu...Continue Reading >
Success for Wranx at Learning Technologies 2017!
We had a fantastic time last week at the Learning Technologies exhibition, which took place in London Olympia. The event is Europe's leading showcase ...Continue Reading >
Little and often – the thought behind Spaced Repetition
Many people think that the teaching technique known as spaced repetition, which has gained more and more traction over recent years with language lear...Continue Reading >