in brief

This month’s e-learning news in brief

Tata Interactive Systems has launched a courseware migration
service, which takes existing learning materials and allows them to be
delivered online. The service claims to uphold the highest standards of instructional
design and redesigns and re-presents material for the online environment. The
system has already been tried and tested on Tata’s clients such as Abbey

Pathlore has launched its new learning management system, LMS 5,
which claims to be the first LMS to deliver distributed content management,
allowing users to access and track learning content across and outside of the
organisation. LMS 5 also features a web-based design centre that allow users to
configure their own system and this includes being able to customise and
personalise the interface.

– Tim Rush Learning is a new independent learning consultancy
specialising in the implementation of the European Computer Driving Licence
(ECDL). The ECDL is a new Europe-wide qualification, which enables people to
demonstrate competence in computer skills. The syllabus includes basic IT
concepts, using the computer and managing files, word processing, spreadsheets,
databases, presentation drawings and information and communications.

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