The ELTjam Product Development Collection
What goes into making a successful digital product? This series explores some of the principles of good product management and shares examples and case studies from across the world of ELT.
Meet Katy, Learner Experience Designer. She helps us make sure all our digital products are pedagogically solid, contain engaging and useful content, facilitate user interaction and have a great user experience. We asked her to share her story and what LXD means to her.read more
Meet Alex – Product Strategist at ELTjam. He tells us about his background, what first attracted him to LXD, what he’s currently excited about in the field and the best learning experience of his life.read more
Since 2013, ELTjam has evolved from a blog to a learning agency, but what got us fired up to start in the first place was our interest in tech, startup culture and new ways of working, and how these could be brought into ELT. One example is Agile – the standard way of running software projects and developing tech products – but in our experience still not used much in ELT materials development when done at a large scale. This post is about how we recently used Agile in a large ELT course development project.read more
We analyse some of the main themes in the recent internet trends report compiled by venture capitalist, Mary Meeker, and take a look at how we can apply them to the ELT industry.read more
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming into force on May 25th 2018 and it will affect businesses and organisations all across Europe – including those in education. Here are five things you can do to make sure you’re not caught out …read more
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We develop products with many of the biggest names in ELT, including most of the major publishers. If you’d like us to help you develop digital products, let’s talk.
How are publishers responding to the digital revolution? What should they be doing?
New ways of working
Lean, agile, kanban, scrum and how they can be used in ELT. Productivity tools and tips.
'Disruption' and 'disruptive innovation' are a core part of the high-tech startup and EdTech lexicon. What do they mean for ELT?
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