We introduced the concept of Learner Experience Design (LXD) within ELT back in 2016. Since then, we’ve continued to develop it, and it now forms the bedrock of most of the work we do with our clients in the design and development of learning products. At our recent InnovateEdTech conference in London, we took the opportunity to ask some of the delegates and speakers what Learner Experience Design means to them. Here, we share some of their fascinating responses – both from within ELT and beyond.
With the 52nd IATEFL conference kicking off next week, we’d thought we’d share what we’re going to be up to. Here’s what we’ve got coming up over the conference week. We hope you can join us!
It is not what you are selling that is important, it is the result of what you are selling that customers care about.
Businesses across Europe are gearing up for the 25th May 2018 when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) finally comes into effect and there are some significant changes to be made.
As we begin gearing up for IATEFL Brighton, we wanted to give you the heads up on a few things that we’re cooking up for the conference.
This week is the ALTA’s Machine Learning for Digital ELT Summer School here in Crete, and ELTjam will be blogging (hopefully each day) from the event. This is a summary of the input from Day 1, where we discussed natural language processing, automated essay assessment and error detection and correction. A big day!