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October 27, 2015

Seminar: Why your strategy should start with behaviour change at eLN Conference 2015

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Behaviour Change at eLN Conference - Beyond 'click next'…digital learning solutions come of age on 11th November 2015 - London We are happy to announce that Paul Matthews, MD, has been invited to speak at a session at the first eLearning Network (eLN) one day conference. The eLN wanted to create an event that has a friendly and informal feel and one that

February 6, 2013

ILM article: Switched-on Learning

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Karen Higginbottom interviews Paul Matthews* as part of her feature on ‘How organisations are embracing e-learning as an effective way to spread knowledge’ and discovers that the e-learning environment has indeed changed dramatically since the late 1990s. The word ‘e-learning’ used to conjure up images of a bored looking employee sitting at a desk, dutifully

October 23, 2012

TJ Feature article: A vital distinction

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If you are involved with selecting a computerised system to provide information to people so they can do their job better, or you are seeking better usage of a system that is already in place, understanding the difference between e-learning and e-reference could affect your return on investment by thousands of pounds. In October's Training

June 29, 2011

eLearning vs eReference (article)

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Many people think that eLearning and eReference are the same – and this misunderstanding can lead to whole projects failing and budget wasted on the wrong system. Paul Matthews reveals in an e-newsletter: There is a fundamental difference between knowledge acquisition for later use, and referencing information for immediate use. The motivations are different, the