Last updated: 05.02.14

Virtual College to launch mobile e-learning delivery solutions at the Learning Technologies exhibition

Press Release - Organisations interested in developing a mobile e-learning strategy are being invited to visit the Virtual College stand at the Learning Technologies exhibition in London on the 29th – 30th January 2014.The Virtual College team will able to discuss your design ideas for smart phones, tablets or desktops using responsive web design and appropriate content types, as well as sharing their portfolio of over 250 interactive courses. They will also be demonstrating the latest enhancements to their learning management system, E>nable, including a new auditing tool and intuitive, personalised dashboard.Rod Knox, CEO of Virtual College, will be presenting a free seminar on Thursday 30th January at 2.45pm in Theatre 1. Entitled ‘What do Lego bricks and an LMS have in common?’ it will illustrate the ways in which Lego principles can be used to create a flexible learning management system solution.The presentation will also look at the creation of a Personal Learning Vault and the ways you can engage with Vocational Open Online Courses.Marketing Manager, Peter Hilliard, commented: “All of the industry pundits are predicting continuing rapid growth in the use of new technologies for learning."We are excited to be at the forefront of developments and look forward to sharing our vision and current solutions with visitors to our stand."Virtual College is on stand 23For further information, please contact:Peter Hilliard, Virtual CollegeTel: 01943 605976Email: Virtual College Virtual College has developed into one of the UK's leading providers of total solutions within the e-learning arena. Its key objective is to help enhance the traditional learning solution through the careful integration of technology. Founded in 1995, today Virtual College has over 1.2 Million registered online learners and this is growing at a rate of over 900 a day, across both public and private sectors. The company has developed a comprehensive product range, including over 250 online courses, accessed via the company's own Learning Management System, as well as offering a complete content design and development service.Further information is available at See more at: