Vocational training and education has to keep up with the changed requirements the “world of work 4.0” imposes on its professionals. Professor Friedrich Hubert Esser, President of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, talks to Dr. Peter Littig about the changes that are already happening and the ones we can expect within 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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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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This video shows some of the most interesting results of the study “Monitor Digitale Bildung” on the usage of digital media in learning and development. “Who uses digital media for learning?” Which pedagogical concepts are useful for this and how can digital media offer added value?” These are some of the questions the “Monitor” deals […]

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Machines that “arrange” their own maintenance, update themselves and order replacement parts. Work pieces that “know“ what they have to do and which final product they belong to. Maintenance engineers who read operations manuals on their smart glasses. All of these are a part of industry 4.0. Many branches – be it in production or […]

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Just because you have a lot of learning programmes, does not mean you have developed a learning culture; it can mean the exact opposite!

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