E-learning

Company Connecting spotlight on e-learning and edtech

There is loads of information on ‘Fintech’ and its impact. However there are other areas where technology is making a very significant impact: e-learning / training, sometimes known as edtech, and healthcare or digital healthcare. Over the next few months we will publish articles on the impact...

A general introduction to the potential of e-learning. Future articles will examine specific areas of technology in education e.g. e-learning, use of augmented reality, STEM, distance learning.

e-learning image. This article is a general introduction to technology and e-learning.

Company Connecting Infographic: E-Learning, Training and Education

Original publication of infographic based on Company Connecting data: this time on Scottish E-Learning, Training and Education.

One of the fastest growing areas in IT and tech, E-Learning, Training & Education is a wide field made up of diverse skills.

The scale of the E-learning industry is widely recognised, but to understand the details of the mix of companies that make up this industry in Scotland it is essential to look at the Company Connecting Scottish E-Learning, Training & Education Infographic. This was created using Company Connecting data, the only comprehensive collection of data on all IT companies in Scotland; and therefore the information in the Company Connecting infographic cannot be found anywhere else.

Glasgow Based E-Learning Start Up Klik2Learn Begins Anti-Poverty Journey

UK start-up pioneering technology that could help fight poverty by allowing millions to learn to read and write in English using their mobile phones

A UK start-up is pioneering technology that, it claims, can help to fight poverty in developing countries by allowing millions of people to learn to read and write in English using their mobile phones.

klik2learn logo accompaying the article UK start-up Klik2Learn begins anti-poverty journey with crowdfunding bid. Klik2Learn A UK start-up is pioneering technology that, it claims, can help to fight poverty in developing countries by allowing millions of people to learn to read and write in English using their mobile phones.