Category: Need to know

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Turning your learners into activists
By Sam Watts | 21st April 2022

What happens to learning outcomes if you participate, rather than just consume information? This was the question we asked ourselves as we set about looking at which of our recent projects would benefit from deeper, academic research and statistical analysis of learner impact and intentions. We teamed up with Lynda Joy Gerry, from the Bioengineering […]

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What is the metaverse and what does it mean for learning & development? – Pt. 4
By Sam Watts | 04th April 2022

If you’ve read parts 1, 2 & 3 so far, you’ll know we’ve looked at what is, and isn’t the metaverse, how it could be structured, who’s building it and suggested some pop culture references to see what the mainstream thinks. For this likely final part of the series, we’re going to pull out our […]

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Alternative device management options for standalone VR
By Sam Watts | 24th February 2022

With the recent news that the (Meta / Facebook) Oculus for Business service has now ended as of December 31st 2021, we thought it was time to look at the alternative options for existing and new management, deployment and operations tools. IMPORTANT! Please note if you have already signed up to be a customer of […]

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What is the metaverse and what does it mean for learning & development? – Pt. 3
By Sam Watts | 22nd February 2022

We’re back once again to continue our look at what the metaverse could mean for L&D, training and simulation. In parts one & two, we looked at what it is, and isn’t, conceptual structures of the metaverse, who’s poised to contribute towards building it and some of the potential blockers to adoption. In this part […]

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Make Real – 2021 End of Year Review
By Sam Watts | 17th December 2021

2022 is nearly upon us and so it’s time to look back at the year that was 2021, as far as studio news and output is concerned. After 2020, it continued to be a challenging set of scenarios for everyone across the globe, ending as it began, with many of our clients facing ongoing changes […]

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