We started 2022 with a bang by acquiring Looop–now, we're here with more great news to share. We're welcoming the wonderful Caroline Gaffney to our board of directors! Come and get to know her in 5 questions.
It's a new year, and we have a lot to celebrate at 360Learning! Today we are pleased to announce that 360Learning has acquired Looop, one of the UK’s leading Learning Management Systems.
It's been an exciting year at 360Learning, and now we have even more cause for excitement. We're welcoming our first ever independent board director, Karen Roter Davis! Karen brings a wealth of experience as Director of Early Stage Projects at X (formerly Google X), and we're thrilled to welcome her to the 360Learning family.
We've got some big news to share...but it's not what you think.
While the rest of the world is getting faster, leaner, and more intuitive, too many L&D teams are still putting up with clunky old SCORM. We wanted to know why, so we asked the experts. Find our what John Leh, Peter Riber, Craig Weiss, Laura Overton, and Christopher Lind have to say about why we're still stuck with SCORM.
Reskilling is a popular concept in the L&D world. But it’s an old-fashioned concept that’s disconnected from the reality of how people learn. Our CEO explains why and an alternative solution.
It’s easy to see why the dream of a 'Netflix for Learning' is so persistent. Why not? People love Netflix. The interface is lovely, and it’s intuitive to use. It’s easy to lose hours watching recommended content that you may never have found on your own. There’s just one problem: It doesn’t work.
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