Discover eLearning and Middlesbrough College collaborate on new higher education project

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Discover eLearning is very proud to have recently worked alongside Middlesbrough College on delivering their new higher education access course.

The Access to Higher Education programme allows mature students who may have previously missed out on academic opportunities the chance to return to education. Read More

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The Power of FREE – Supporting The LearnDash Community with our most Popular Addons

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As our popular Certificate Shortcodes addon plugin for LearnDash has reached treble digit downloads for this year alone, I wanted to highlight the great features that many LearnDash users are taking advantage of through this FREE ADDON, also I’d like to touch on the great feeling that being able to help the LearnDash LMS community through support and plugins such as those sold on our Web Store brings to the overall satisfaction of running a business like Discover eLearning.

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Discover eLearning Working With Oxford Martin School To Bring Typhoid Education To Life!

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Discover eLearning is privileged to be working with Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford in producing a number of new digital educational products.

A mobile tablet game and brand new website are currently under development as part of a physical and digital exhibition to celebrate the advancements in science and research in irradiating the disease known as Typhoid. Read More

Discover eLearning – 2019 Update

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A year seems such a long time between blog posts, but quite honestly these last few months have flown by so quickly that when I realised I had been neglecting our blog for nearly 11 months now, I wasn’t completely surprised!

That’s because the work that continues to flow out of Discover eLearning shows no signs of slowing down, and I personally am so thrilled to see how wide-spread our customer base has grown.

From custom LearnDash installation, design and development clients based in United States, South Africa and Australia, to a handful of instructional design and eLearning development projects based right here at home. Read More

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Discover eLearning Launch Project With Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust #NHS70

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For the past 4 months, Discover eLearning has played a crucial role in the delivery of a digital project in collaboration with the Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. 70 Years 70 Stories is a bold and innovative project which aims to highlight and celebration the passion, skills and dedication of staff across the NHS Trust, many of whom have worked here throughout their working lives. Read More

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Preparing For GDPR – Discover eLearning

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You’ve probably received one or two emails in your inbox over the last few weeks telling you about GDPR. You’ve also probably received an email joking that you’ve probably already received many emails telling you about GDPR (You’ve probably received an email joking about that as well!). And so on so so forth… But later this week, the talk will be over and the new GDPR regulations will come into effect across Europe.

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Articulate Storyline Game Entered Into Online Competition

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At the start of the year I had spotted an online competition to create a themed artistic ‘digital-piece’ based around a specific horror theme. The competition itself garnered thousands of entries, and those that stood out were game based projects much like what I had created myself. I am very pleased to now be able to share with you what I created, which was a homage to a classic 90s game system all built using Articulate Storyline. Read More