Stephen has spent over 20 years in learning and technology, working in the UK and the US. As co-founder of Kineo he's worked with leading brands including Barclays, Apple and Vodafone on e-learning, blended learning and LMS to drive performance through technology. He is currently a Director of BuzzSumo and Anders Pink.
The world doesn’t stand still. Every day there are new industry developments, research reports, case studies, product launches and articles. One of the big challenges we face is providing our learners with new and updated content to this external content as part of the continuous learning process. There’s too much content, too little time. It’s not practical to update your e-learning and blended courses every day.
In the run up to the E-Learning Age awards ceremony on 25th November, we’re putting the spotlight on some of our Partners’ Totara projects which are up for awards. This week, we’re looking at Platinum Partner City & Guilds Kineo. Always prominent in the awards categories, among Kineo’s shortlisted awards this year are two Totara-powered projects: the PIVOT platform, which is shortlisted for ‘Most innovative new learning product’, and Samsung’s Extended Enterprise LMS, in the running for ‘Best LMS implementation’.
Do you want to manage your blended programmes better? Do you want to provide better pathways for your learners within your blends? It’s hard for anyone to say ‘No’ to those questions. The problem is that many online learning environments seem to hinder these plans driven by old and inflexible models of learner management that confuse or confine the learner. Totara co-founding Partner Kineo have extensive experience making great blends with Totara LMS at their heart. Kineo's Mark Harrison walks us through how to blend better.