E-learning news in brief

This month’s e-learning news in brief

– Sherpa Integrated Learning has announced four new courses that can be run
purely online, in a traditional classroom or integrated with a classroom
session. All in Good Time (time management), Win, Win, Win (negotiation) and
Creative Problem Solving for Teams and Dealing with Difficult People, have been
designed and written by professional trainers who have graduated from Sherpa’s
Designing and Writing E-learning Content course. The author typically acts as
the e-tutor, providing support for the learner. As an introductory offer,
courses are currently half price.  www.sherpa.org.uk

– World Wide Learn, provider of the world’s largest directory of online
courses, is partnering 13 new training and education providers, offering
technical and business training, continuing education and under-graduate and
graduate degree programmes. These include Allied Business Schools, Florida
Atlantic University, Golden Gate University and New York University School of
Continuing Education and Professional Studies.  www.WorldWideLearn.com

– Vega Group is playing a key role in the Mars Express mission that lifted
off in June. It designed and built a simulator that was used to train flight
operations engineers and ‘fly’ Mars Express. Vega is also providing flight
operations engineers for the duration of the mission. The mission is due to
reach Mars on Christmas Day.  www.vega.co.uk

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