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Webinar: Effectively Managing Your eLearning Project

Posted By: eCom Scotland

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Developing eLearning often involves a trinity of tight deadlines, strict budgets and multiple stakeholders. When creating eLearning, and the spotlight is shining fully on content and design, project management can be overlooked, yet good management and governance are key to delivering the best possible outcome.

Shona Smart and Emma Dickson from eCom are hosting an eLearning Network Webinar on Thursday 26th October at 12pm (UK time), Effectively Managing Your Next eLearning Project. In this webinar they will highlight their 10 top tips for effective eLearning project management. Find out more and register for the webinar here

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Benefits of Mobile Learning Realised with Innovative Mobile Apps

Posted By: eCom Scotland

Mobile apps make delivery of learning anywhere possible and drive workforce engagement and ultimately productivity gain. Read how our innovative mobile apps are helping clients and get in touch to find out how we could help you too.


eCom Hosts Scottish Enterprise's Innovation Team

Posted By: eCom Scotland

We were very pleased to host Scottish Enterprise’s Workplace Innovation team at eCom HQ this week. The team were gathering for their regional meeting and were keen to learn more about recent innovations in learning technologies.


Successful Summer for eCom Interns

Posted By: eCom Scotland

eCom has been delighted to welcome two local undergraduates to our Technology team this summer as part of the eCom Internship programme. Meighan Barr, studying Applied Computing at the University of Stirling, and Callum Nicholson, studying Computer Science at the University of Dundee, have been getting real hands-on experience and making a positive contribution.


Mobile Learning With Canal College Google App

Posted By: eCom Scotland

In partnership with Scottish Waterways Trust, eCom are delighted to announce the upcoming launch of the canal college app on Google Play. Offering accessible learning, the app facilitates the delivery of an SQA level 2 award, delivered to young unemployed people.


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