Learning doesn’t just stop at the end of your education. Far from it. In this fast-paced digital age, if you don’t stay current, you will become outdated very quickly. It is naïve to think that our learning is over in our early 20’s after only a burst of formal education and little life experience.
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At Atlas, our mission is to manage and deliver innovative, learning, compliance and competency solutions, which enhance skills, reduce operational and legislative risks and maximise our customer's business performance.
Martin Duthie, Content Management Specialist, discusses the advances in understanding that have taken e-learning into the bigger, more transformative realm of Digital Learning.
Atlas Knowledge representatives attended the 2017 Learning Technologies Exhibition and Conference on 1-2nd February in London and found it highly valuable in discovering new themes and trends in the digital learning world. Martin Duthie, our Content Management Specialist, and Alison Emsley, an Instructional Designer, share their key takeaways from the event.
In this article our Lead 3D Artist, Alan Watson discusses the current hype around virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), and looks at how they can be used in digital learning to enhance the learner experience
Atlas Business Development Manager, Joseph Duckworth attended the Intergas Conference in Nice, November 2016, focused on the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market and its place in the wider energy landscape.
Mike Malcolm, a Web Developer at Atlas Knowledge Group, looks in to the use of CSS Pre-Processors, an extension of CSS that adds power and elegance to the basic language through a host of features that don’t currently exist in CSS. Focusing on SASS in particular, Mike explores how they can be used to improve the way in which we write CSS.
In this article Neil Ruddiforth, Lead Creative Solutions Designer at Atlas Knowledge Group, discusses how illustration and photo manipulation can be used in digital learning to convey key processes, procedures, concepts and so on in safety critical industries.
In this article Lewis Haughs, a Media Developer at Atlas Knowledge Group, focuses on responsive design and what it means for Atlas Knowledge Group. He also looks at some examples of responsive design, and explains how it differs from adaptive design.
Gareth Allan, IT & IS Manager at Atlas Knowledge Group, explains the importance of having a reliable IT Infrastructure and the impact it can have on our internal and external users, as well as how our technology team strives to meet the goal of 100% uptime.