e-learning News - April 2011
Universities to get e-learning remote access from aql29 April 2011
JANET 3G could be hugely beneficial for e-learning in the UK.
Regular breaks from e-learning and work 'are beneficial'29 April 2011
Taking regular breaks can help people to avoid getting burnt out and stressed, it has been stated.
Qualified teachers 'should be used for e-learning cover'28 April 2011
E-learning cover should be provided by qualified teachers.
Bury restaurants to improve food hygiene28 April 2011
A new scheme has been launched in Bury in order to boost food hygiene in the area.
Food hygiene professionals call for reduced food waste27 April 2011
Supermarkets should do all they can to reduce wastage, it has been argued.
E-learning and innovation 'being embraced by businesses of all sizes'27 April 2011
Companies are using new techniques to sell their products in the 21st century.
Food production 'could go underground'27 April 2011
Changes in food manufacturing techniques could be afoot.
E-learning announcement from Wirral firm26 April 2011
CPL has signed three new e-learning agreements in recent weeks.
Bad behaviour 'due to loss of authority of parents and teachers'21 April 2011
Kids' behaviour getting worse in schools.
Use by dates 'not to do with food hygiene standards'20 April 2011
Manufacturers should help people understand use by dates more effectively.
Protein-rich foods needed for dieters20 April 2011
People should eat protein-rich foods with all their meals in order to help them to lose weight, it has been claimed.
Organic produce 'is an area for food hygiene professionals to discuss'19 April 2011
People should consider why it is they support organic providers.
Diversity 'should be encouraged' at universities with maximum fees19 April 2011
Universities should be encouraging diversity at the moment.
Gap years 'could be a good idea for e-learning graduates'18 April 2011
Gap year travel could help e-learning graduates stand out from the crowd.
UK dietary habits 'do not change as people age'16 April 2011
People should be tailoring their diet to meet the needs of their age, it has been claimed.
Brits 'should eat filling foods to lose weight'15 April 2011
Filling foods that take time to prepare can be the key to weight loss.
FSA to monitor Japanese imports for food hygiene15 April 2011
Japanese imports are being monitored to ensure their safety at present.
Experience 'a must for e-learning students'14 April 2011
Students have been told they must add experience to their CVs in order to find work.
Food hygiene risk of oysters 'impacts on trade'14 April 2011
A new parasite could impact on oyster food hygiene in the UK.
Higher tuition fees 'should not be a barrier to e-learning at university'13 April 2011
Access to university education is not being blocked by higher fees, a sector expert has claimed.