It is undisputed that forgetting is a normal mechanism of the brain. In the face of an ever-increasing flood of information, it is also an important aid. In the new learning insights format „standpoint“, Wolfgang Reichelt reports on how to ensure that as much of the newly learned information as possible is retained by learners […]

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The digitisation of work and learning also poses great challenges for globally active businesses such as Bayer AG. In an interview with Learning Insights, Andreas Schön of the Learning & Training department at Bayer gives an overview of chances and perspectives of digital formats for further education and explains the decisive influence management has on […]

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In times of digital change, the lack of qualified software developers presents many businesses with great challenges. In conversation with Learning Insights, Andreas Strutz, head of the lean academy group of the Volkswagen academy, presents with which new methods for example Volkswagen is now trying to attract and qualify new skilled workers. Additonal infos on […]

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The term “agility” long predates the agile manifesto of 2001. What is the basic idea behind it? And how can it be distinguished itself from the concept of a learning organisation? These are only two of the questions Dr. Peter Littig discusses with the education expert and marketing coach Paul Maisberger. In addition, they talk […]

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In the second part of their conversation, Dr. Peter Littig and Matthias Bertagnolli of the Farmer’s Association of South Tyrol discuss the role of traditional forms of learning in further education. In addition, they explain why individual problem-solving skills become more and more important along with self-organised learning. Information about the Farmer’s Association of South […]

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Learning 4.0 and agriculture: how does this go together? In conversation with Matthias Bertagnolli, head of the Cooperative of Further Education of the Farmer’s Association of South Tyrol, Dr. Peter Littig sheds light on how digital the nature of agriculture already is and where there is still backlog demand. Second part of the discussion: Learning […]

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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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Our digital lifestyle is changing the way in which we inform ourselves, in which we read and learn. While in the past, we thought in terms of courses, learning processes had to be “organized” and we bought an entire book to gain knowledge about a topic, we are today looking for small learning nuggets that […]

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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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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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