Welcome to the fourth instalment of our new Disruption Debate series, where we speak to leading industry experts to discover more about disruption in the L&D industry. In this post, Lars Hyland speaks to Cammy Bean. Cammy Bean is a long-time e-learning veteran and currently a solutions consultant with Kineo, a global provider of technology based learning solutions and one of the founders of Totara LMS. A frequent conference speaker and active blogger, Cammy is the author of The Accidental Instructional Designer: Learning Design for the Digital Age.
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Welcome to the third in our new Disruption Debate series, where we speak to leading industry experts to discover more about disruption in the L&D industry. In this post, Lars Hyland speaks to Ryan Tracey. Ryan is an E‑Learning Manager in the Australian financial services industry, a Council Member for the Australian Institute of Training and Development, and a former Editorial Board Member for eLearn Magazine. Ryan has worked in corporate e-learning for over 14 years, following several years in the higher education market. He also writes a blog about learning technologies.
Welcome to the second instalment of our new Disruption Debate series, where we speak to leading industry experts to discover more about disruption in the L&D industry. In this post, Lars Hyland speaks to Julie Dirksen. Julie Dirksen is an independent consultant and instructional designer who focuses on the science of sustainable behaviour change. She’s the author of Design For How People Learn and she’s happiest whenever she gets to learn something new. You can find her online at usablelearning.com.
Welcome to the first instalment of our new Disruption Debate series, where we speak to leading industry experts to discover more about disruption in the L&D industry. In this post, Totara Learning's Chief Commercial Officer Lars Hyland speaks to Charles Jennings. Charles is a co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute, as well as a leading thinker and practitioner in learning, development and performance.
A lot has been going on over here at Totara Learning this summer so we decided to interview our very own CTO, Simon Coggins, to get the low-down on some of the developments that might affect our customers.
This summer, we made the carefully considered decision that from 2016, Totara LMS will no longer be in lockstep with Moodle. This will free our team to focus on big leaps forward in usability and modernising the framework for our enterprise customers. Here is what Simon Coggins had to share with us.
Totara Learning's Chief Commercial Officer Lars Hyland spoke to Totara Platinum Partner Learning Pool about our reason decision to fork from Moodle and our plans for the future.
On the launch of Totara Cloud, We asked Richard Wyles, CEO of Totara Learning, a few questions about the buying process for learning technologies, why Totara offers something different and where does Totara Cloud fit into the landscape?
We caught up with Paul McElvaney, CEO and founder of Learning Pool. Paul leads the team and is responsible for strategy at Learning Pool. Paul coined the phrase ‘Learning as a Service’ which drives the company's customer-centric approach.
Paul and his team have successfully implemented over 300 LMS solutions for their clients. He’s seen what works for clients, and what doesn’t, and shared his tips for getting value from your LMS.
Keeping any LMS running smoothly requires heroic administrators and support. Often the unsung heroes of the LMS experience, we champion them in this post by sharing 10 challenges they sometimes face, with tips to make the whole process run a little smoother. Many thanks for input from the Client Services team at Kineo, who manage over 100 Totara LMS implementations for clients including Samsung, easyJet and the MindEd. Heroic work guys!
Here are 10 user challenges they’ve learned to answer swiftly over the years, so you can benefit from their considerable experience.
Webanywhere has been a Totara partner since February 2011. With a global team providing learning solutions to clients in over 20 countries, they’re more than familiar with the challenges of making learning happen in the corporate space. We caught up with Conor Gilligan, Head of Division, Workplace Learning, to get personal, social and performance related...