Productivity, skills and intelligent learning recommendations

Posted on Jun 15, 2017 by Marc Zao-Sanders


The system supporting skills and careers development is inept and that costs the world trillions. But the future for learning is bright: higher quality, justified, data-driven, technology-enabled, culturally embedded, more of it. That future arrives sooner with useful, relevant, high-quality, fresh, intelligent learning recommendations.

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Topics: Productivity, Business, Critical Thinking, Technology, recommendation, Online Learning, Learning & Development, Artifical Intelligence

Reflections from Learning Technologies and The Learning Awards

Posted on Feb 16, 2016 by Marc Zao-Sanders

It has been a very busy and rewarding start to the month for Filtered. We first attended Learning Technologies (Olympia, London), where we showcased our personalized approach to learning and ran a seminar on today's learners with benchmarking agency Towards Maturity. We then attended the Learning Awards (The Dorchester, London), where - all suited and booted - we were announced double-award winners (read the press release).

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Topics: Learning & Development, Online Learning, Technology

Learning Technologies 2016: the largest L&D show in Europe

Posted on Jan 22, 2016 by Paolo Lenotti

It’s that time of the year again. Learning Technologies, the largest European gathering of L&D professionals, is upon us. As we’ll be attending both days in full force (03-04 February 2016 | Olympia, London), here comes a brief summary of what to expect from the show.

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Topics: Learning & Development, Online Learning, Technology

Re-Humanizing EdTech Narratives

Posted on Sep 24, 2015 by Paolo Lenotti

Today I'd like to share my views on the never-ending scepticism that surrounds online learning. And please don't get me wrong, sceptics are good for our industry. Actually any industry. Especially when they're knowledgeable and help stir a debate.

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Topics: Learning & Development, Online Learning, Technology

Update: Online Test Feature on Filtered

Posted on Jul 24, 2015 by Vinit Patel

Our vision is to maximise the impact of learning.

It is important for both learners and managers alike to know how our training can make a tangible and long-term impact to individual and team performance. We think the best way to do this is through online tests which are taken either side of the training. By offering pre- and post-training assessment we can reliably the measure impact of our training. 

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Topics: Online Learning, Technology

Gamification Inside-out

Posted on Mar 25, 2015 by Alan Gurney

Gamification is not a new topic within learning and development but it is one that seems to be particularly pertinent at the moment. Having heard a few case studies about companies adopting gamification in their learning strategies at Learning Technologies back in January, I decided to learn a bit more.

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Topics: Learning & Development, Online Learning

UK Budget: workforce training still out of the picture

Posted on Mar 24, 2015 by Marc Zao-Sanders

With the General Election just round the corner, last week’s Budget gave us an important insight into the Government’s priorities.  For SMEs there was quite a lot to be enthusiastic about. But more should be planned for upskilling the UK workforce.

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Topics: Learning & Development, Online Learning

User Journeys in eLearning

Posted on Feb 24, 2015 by Chris Littlewood

How many roads does a man walk down? The short answer is 4.715 x 10^284, if he’s a student of our Excel course. A more useful answer is: eLearning user journeys can be non-linear. This is usually a good thing – students can access training in a pattern that suits them, personalising not just the pace of training but also its emphasis and direction in a way that would be unaffordable with conventional, face-to-face training. But the degrees of freedom available to a student make it difficult to control or even understand the user experience.

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Topics: Algorithms, Online Learning

7 Benefits of Excel Online Training

Posted on Feb 19, 2015 by Chris Kyriacou

Online training still has its sceptics. However, there is no doubt that e-learning has been a growing industry worth $55.2 billion with the type of learning technologies available doubling in the last five years, demonstrating human behaviours shift towards how we choose to learn in recent times.

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Topics: Microsoft Excel, Online Learning

The Filtered Team Attend Learning Tech #LT15uk

Posted on Jan 22, 2015 by Chris Kyriacou

After a successful year at Learning Technologies in 2014, we thought we’d return, but even bigger this year round.

The Filtered team have been getting ready ahead of #LT15uk this year, preparing to educate the learning and development community about our unique Filter, designed to save users time, money and resources.

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Topics: Learning & Development, Online Learning, Technology