The labour market in the European Union is improving. Employment continues to rise, in the second quarter of 2017 with 0.4%, compared with the first quarter of 2017. Compared with the second quarter of 2016, there was even 1.6% more employment, according to Eurostat. The Czech Republic boosts the lowest unemployment rate in the European […] Read more
Let’s start with what is the most obvious: if your learning is not at least partly digital, you will definitely be a laggard in 2018. Secondly, we should get rid of a misconception: ‘Digital learning’ is not the same as ‘learning on your mobile’. Digital is not a type of learning, it is a way […] Read more
From cell offices to open plan via New Ways of Working (NWoW) to Activity Based Working (ABW): offices have gone through radical changes in the last decades. Some of today’s offices look truly spectacular, as you can witness in our category ‘Learning Environments’. Since people can work anywhere on one or more of their (mobile) […] Read more
Let’s not make this a cliff hanger: music, exercising, sleeping and learning are all great stress relievers. According to neuroscientist Erik Scherder and organisational psychologist Kilian Wawoe, stress is caused by the difference between what you want, and what you are able to do. If you are confronted in your life with many demands you […] Read more
Learn faster, forget slower, or rather not at all: this is how our unique adaptive learning algorithm causes it all.
DuoTrainin makes face-to-face and e-learning work better together so some classroom rules might be of help:
Stockholm County Council and Karolinska Institutet (KI) have since 2009 been running a project called Future Learning Environments. The project is grounded on research on learning and higher education. The question raised was how does space impact on learning? Our Interior Design studio was given the opportunity to further develop its proposal ‘Home away from […] Read more