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At eLearning Studios we take pride in all our work, but just between you and me - some projects do become our favourites, and our work for Cancer Research UK’s Racercise instructors is one of these projects.

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It is that time again, and we have already begun packing in preparation for the Learning Technologies Summer Forum happening on Tuesday 16th of June! 

Be sure to stop by stand 37 because this year we are  proud to be running a fund-raiser for one of our recent satisfied clients, Cancer Research UK.  We created their Racercise Instructor training course, and want to go the extra mile and do a bit more to give back to the organisation, so for every business card we get at the show, we will donate £1 to Race For Life. 

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Virtual Reality Learning Simulations are the latest and greatest in immersive learning technology.  As you may have read on previous blogs we recreated our offices, and then set them on fire (because why not?) to demonstrate the powerful effect a VRLS can have on even the most typically dry compliance courses.  In the demo you are able to use a variety of interaction types to alert your coworkers, break fire alarms, pick up a phone, and use a fire extinguisher to defeat the fire in a compliance course like no compliance you have ever seen before.

In an effort to demonstrate the full range of ways to interact with the Rift without breaking the immersion by needing a keyboard or video game controller, we have designed three ways a learner can engage with the virtual environment.

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The terms “Blended Learning” and “70:20:10” have been around for quite a while, but recently they have become inescapable in the L&D world.  This blog sets out to briefly explain both and the relationship between the two:


Blended Learning 
When the learning is delivered using a blend of different techniques to accomplish the learning objectives. 
For more detail (yet written simply) check out this blog.

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70:20:10
  
A simple concept that people learn in 3 different ways.  70% of the time they figure it out for themselves, in the moment, and on the job.  20% of the time they ask a co-worker, mentor, or boss.  Only 10% of the time do people seek out formal learning.  

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Blended Learning:  A bespoke combination of a range of possibilities created by combining technologies and pedagogies through internet and digital media with face-to-face training to create the best solution for the learners. 

 

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