The team at WillowDNA are delighted to announce the launch of Pathway360 – the complete online learning platform for organisations of all shapes and sizes. We’ve been working hard to create a new product that offers an integrated approach to content curation, course creation and social learning, which would be scalable for organisations of all […]
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Listening to the latest episode of the From Scratch podcast, my friends Nigel Paine and Martin Couzins were discussing the new report from Maisie VRLearn report, focussing on current uses of Virtual Reality (VR) in learning. What struck me whilst listening to the examples Martin and Nigel shared were the opportunities of social mobility and […]
Following the seismic political events of 2016, I posted a piece called ‘Human Curation – Important Now More Than Ever’. I focused on the importance of curation to ensure we don’t become myopic and why we need curators to ensure we have as much input as possible to make full rounded and aware decisions: “open-mindedness, […]
A summary of WillowDNA’s night at the Learning Technologies Awards and on behalf of our incredibly talented team, accepting the award for Learning Technologies Supplier of the year – Silver. We could not be prouder of our team!
Two weeks ago, TheGuardian new paper featured an article on ‘why human curation matters in an algorithm world’. We may have just witnessed what could amount to one of the most important events is contemporary world history. Whatever your political affiliation, what’s interesting to consider is what factors, from a system and curation perspective, may have led […]
I love the concept of being able to paint and create in a 3D space, but as someone who has got motion sickness from other Virtual Reality experiences I was a little bit apprehensive about trying it out. Using the HTC Vive I need not have been worried, the HTC Vive headset was comfortable, stable, […]
Next week, I’ll be participating in the World of Learning conference at the NEC, Birmingham and as part of the event, I’m joining Robin Hoyle, Michelle Parry-Slater and Sukh Pabial for the fringe seminar on Industry knowledge v Institutional knowledge. This is a topic very close to our hearts at WillowDNA – with our history rooted […]
We recently published a paper on the impact of the apprenticeship levy. It is possible that Brexit will delay the launch of the levy but organisations with a wage bill of more than £3m are certain to be asked to contribute to the investment in apprenticeship schemes in the near future. The aim is to […]
Last week I created a quick Adobe Spark view on why I love Learning Live, partly to thank the LPi for their support and the opportunity to take part, but also because as an event, I think it’s more important than ever. As our relationships with the workplace, technology and our environment continue to shift […]
Endlessly supportive though he is of what I do for a living, my husband does not share my enthusiasm for online learning. His spirits are dampened as the three-yearly mandatory fire safety module approaches once more. It’s dull so he moans about having to do it. Yet what could be more important to an organisation […]
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