Immediate dialogue with policy makers on the state of continuous vocational training in the age of digital transformation Why is there a need for courageous concepts of learning in the age of digital transformation, in order to ensure peoples’ employability in the future? It was this question that I was able to pursue as part […]

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On the 23th of May 2019 and after three years of project duration the responsible ‘blink‘ team has now drawn their conclusion at the closing conference. The abbreviation ‘blink‘ stands in for ‘berufsbezogen lernen inklusiv‘ – German for ‘inclusive occupational learning‘. DEKRA Media, the mmb Institute and the IMBSE GmbH have conceptualised and executed the […]

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The Industry Monitor E-Learning is published annually by the mmb Institut. In this video, Dr. Lutz Michel presents the core facts covered in the report on 2018 and gives an overview on turnover, job market, and key business areas of the German e-learning sector. To sum it up: e-learning is booming. More information, including on […]

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As is tradition in the fourth quarter of the year when companies close the yearly accounts, the mmb institute has surveyed the German e-learning industry once again in 2018 and gathered extensive information on the sector. This makes the mmb study the only market survey focusing on this dynamic sector positioned in between the education […]

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MILLA has been causing a stir in educational policy. The German abbreviation stands for modular interactive lifelong learning for all and describes the concept of a state-funded online learning platform. It has been developed by the Christian Democratic Union under the direction of Thomas Heilmann, internet entrepreneur and member of the German parliament. It […]

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Nigel Paine talks to learning & performance consultant and researcher Will Thalheimer about course evaluation and in particular the Kirkpatrick/Katzell model and his own new LTEM model. Links: Will Thalheimer’s Blog www.worklearning.com Video courtesy of Learning Now TV

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There is no getting round Virtual Reality these days. VR glasses and similar technologies are shown and can be tried out at most e-learning trade fairs and conferences. But what lies behind the hype? Lutz Goertz from mmb institute explains in which contexts Virtual Reality can truly add value to learning and development. English subtitles […]

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A new subject at school to prepare for the digitized world of work? Peter Littig explains why this approach falls short and what educational institutions have to do to prepare for the challenges of the job market 4.0 English subtitles are available by clicking on the CC symbol in the player (next to the volume […]

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Once again, the mmb institute has collected the most important figures in its annual analysis of the market development in the young e-learning sector. The key findings in the tenth issue of the analysis are about the development of the e-learning providers’ turnover. They show a growth of 8.5 percent in turnover for the most […]

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On 1 June in the evening I had the opportunity to give a talk to interested delegates of different parties in the parliamentary society Deutsche Parlamentarische Gesellschaft, highlighting some theories about the digitization of learning from the point of view of a training provider. The delegates as well as representatives of several Ministries had been […]

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