A new insight-sharing resource for the edtech community has arrived!
E-Learn Magazine is a free thought leadership initiative and digital content platform that contains perspectives, discussions, expert analysis, research, and best practices from professionals in the eLearning and edtech global community.
Visit the website there are 120+ articles ready for you to explore!
This publication is an initiative of Open LMS – creating a place for celebrating innovation and excellence in education. E-learn magazine is a collaboration platform for people and organisations on the broader edtech community to discuss topics and issues.
As eCreators have recently joined forces with Open LMS, we are excited to be actively contributing to the e-learn magazine. We welcome our friends in the industry to do so too.
It is important to us that we can share insights and trends happening this side of the world, and showcase Australia and our projects to a global audience.
Open LMS’ Managing Director, Phill Miller, is excited for the prospects of e-learn:
“At Open LMS, we believe that education and training have the ability to transform lives. We want to support and celebrate amazing educators and their innovations.”
“We hope that the E-Learn Magazine enables them to tell their stories to inspire and help their colleagues to change the world. This initiative is built to be a voice for those on the frontline in education, training, learning, and technology — What’s current? What’s challenging? What’s working? And what’s not?”
The value E-Learn strives to provide to the global eLearning and edtech community:
Community of eLearners
E-learn is designed to help the community share best practice, after experiencing significant disruption since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Accepting resources and articles from organisations around the world as well as special content authored by the E-Learn Magazine team & partners.
In addition to community-driven content, we’ll leverage expertise from our parent company, Learning Technologies Group plc (LTG). Including LEO Learning & PeopleFluent.
We want to use this platform as an opportunity to acknowledge organisations/service providers out there who have achieved exceptional results for their learners.
Manuel Rivera, Editor in Chief of E-Learn said:
“Open LMS is committed to learning innovation, student success, faculty engagement, organisational performance, and institutional effectiveness. Launching E-Learn Magazine fits our mission perfectly. We’re convinced that E-Learn is a meaningful way to keep an active conversation with our community, to learn from them, and how they are facing their challenges. Contributions are always welcome, and any member of the teaching and learning community can be part of this initiative.”
Have a read of E-Learn Magazine here.