We Asked ChatGPT: How Would AI Impact Education? Here’s What It Said.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming an integral part of our daily lives. From our smartphones to our homes and cars, AI is transforming the way we interact with the world around us. But what does this mean for the future of education? We asked ChatGPT ourselves.

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Using Canvas to Increase Satisfaction & Minimise Workload Among Teachers

Fortunately, some modern problems call for modern solutions. In this guide, we will look into how top-notch learning management systems (LMS) like Canvas can help reduce teachers’ workload and allow educators to focus on things that matter to them most.

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eLearning Post-pandemic Still Holds a Strong Place with Educators and L&D Teams

The pandemic has forced many schools, businesses, and RTOs to close their doors and move to online learning. The spread of Covid-19 and its global challenges has undoubtedly seen a change in how we learn. Although this was a difficult transition for many, it has also shown that online learning can be just as effective as in-person learning. In this article, we will look at some of the benefits of online learning that make it here to stay post-pandemic.

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Helpful Guide to Hiring an eLearning Consultant: Benefits and Challenges for Businesses

Doing things yourself is often a valuable option. However, as the eLearning space becomes more complex and learners become more sophisticated, businesses investing in eLearning are needing qualified eLearning consultants more and more. While there are many benefits for a business to hire an eLearning consultant as a way to improve employee productivity and knowledge retention, businesses should also be aware of the challenges involved in order to make the best decision for the needs of their team.

In this article, we discuss the ease and difficulty of working with consultants for your next eLearning project.​

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Using Animation in eLearning: A Tool For Student Engagement


Why is it that we can sit our children in front of Peppa Pig, The Simpsons or Paw Patrol at any time and not hear a pin drop for minutes on end? Yet, have them read a book and they can barely keep still for a few seconds. You can probably see where this is going. Let’s see how animation is able to capture the attention of learners in ways no other format of storytelling can.

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Too Much Edtech: How Tech Overload Creates a Problem for Learners in 2022

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Technology is meant to make our lives easier–at least in theory. Over the past couple of years, edtech has exploded as an industry fuelled by the emerging learning setups brought by the pandemic. This is all well and good, but it’s probably high time we ask: are our learners finally drowning in tech?

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