e-learning News - October 2010
Online training for UK detectives29 October 2010
Trainees will be taught to track down criminals using social media.
Distance learning courses 'to increase'28 October 2010
One writer has suggested that distance learning could increase as a result of the lifting of the tuition fees cap for university students.
Scotland's e learning courses 'boosted' by superfast broadband27 October 2010
Alex Salmond, first minister, has announced that superfast broadband should be available throughout Scotland by 2020.
CCTV to improve food safety standards?26 October 2010
The Food Standards Agency is encouraging the installation of CCTV in abattoirs.
Teachers' online training 'should include interactive whiteboards'25 October 2010
It has been suggested that teachers need further training themselves when it comes to using interactive whiteboards.
Online training "reshaped" way youngsters engage with society22 October 2010
The government's digital adviser was warned that UK schools must embrace technology so kids can be prepared for the 21st century.
E-learning 'is educational and fun'22 October 2010
Parents have been advised that using the internet can be both educational and enjoyable for their youngsters.
E learning stations provided in medical Centre of Excellence21 October 2010
Online training for ambulance crews could now be more accessible.
Lord Young: Food Hygiene Rating Scheme must be mandatory21 October 2010
Businesses may like to ensure they have food hygiene training.
Professionals 'to increase' e-learning use20 October 2010
Research has revealed that 88 per cent of training and public sector professionals intend to increase their use of e-learning technologies.
E-learning affected by loss of Teachers TV?20 October 2010