Learner Experience Design online course

We’re developing a new online course designed to help ELT professionals develop digital language learning products that stand out in an ultra-competitive digital world. It’s based on our Learner Experience Design framework, which applies the principles of user experience (UX) design to the creation of learning products.

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Your digital product is never finished. (Until it has to be)

Your digital product is never finished. (Until it has to be)

We’ve always believed that a digital product is never finished – it should always be evolving and improving in response to user needs and changing technology. But a project we’re currently working on in Brazil has challenged that assumption, and taught us valuable lessons about how working within strict limitations can improve everything you do.

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8 ELTjam predictions for 2017

8 ELTjam predictions for 2017

It’s been a while since we did this, but after a year as … interesting … as 2016, we thought we’d have a go at coming up with some predictions for the year ahead. The rules were simple: two predictions each from me, Nick, Tim and Jo. Then in 12 months, we can all look back and wonder just what we were thinking.

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What makes China’s EdTech market tick?

What makes China’s EdTech market tick?

For the past three years or so, ELTjam has been working with CollegePre, a Beijing-based EdTech company whose digital content delivery platform is the muscle behind Cambridge ClassServer – a classroom technology solution developed with Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press. We managed to get some time with founder and CEO, Walter Wang, to get his unique perspective on EdTech in China.

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Video: ELT in the digital age Q&A

Video: ELT in the digital age Q&A

What is the digital age, and what does it mean for ELT?

Find out what the panel of our recent ELT in the Digital Age webinar made of that question. Kirsten Cambell-Howes (busuu), Laura Patsko (CUP) and ELTjam’s Nick Robinson and Tim Giifford discuss in this recording of our recent Live Q&A webinar.

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