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  • Meet LearningStone at "Trainer Kongres Berlin"

    Posted 17-01-2018, by LearningStone

    LearningStone is traveling to Trainer|Kongress|Berlin and would be happy to see you there. Read more »
  • Introducing LearningStone Solo for eCoaching and individual eLearning.

    Posted 20-12-2017, by LearningStone

    We’re happy to announce the release of what we call the Solo version of LearningStone. Don’t worry… it’s not a separate version, it doesn’t cost more if you have a paid licence and all you have to do is create a new groupspace to get started. We’ve just added more possibilities! Many of our users have said they love the collaborative side of LearningStone but...
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  • Dialogues, Relative Planning, Solo Groupspaces, Open Access and lots more!

    Posted 29-11-2017, by LearningStone

    In our upcoming release we have packed a huge series of improvements and new functions. Please read the following to see how the improvements will impact your LearningStone workspace. Let us know what you think or if you want to...




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  • Introducing: Relative Scheduling

    Posted 29-11-2017, by LearningStone

    Live on December 6th
    With LearningStone you can offer course timelines that connect content, dialogues, documents, tests, quizzes, automatic messages and lots more. You can copy and reuse course timelines as much as you like. LearningStone workspaces can offer up to hundreds of concurrent training groupspaces... Read more »
  • LearningStone included in Global Training Software Market 2017 report.

    Posted 15-11-2017, by LearningStone

    We were proud to discover that LearningStone has been included in the Global Training Software Market 2017 report.
    We 're listing side by sided with some companies in the field that we really respect like Articulate, Easy Generator and others. Read more »
  • How online platforms help trainers survive in a 70:20:10 world

    Posted 08-11-2017, by LearningStone

    As a trainer or an instructional designer, you can think you are there to improve the knowledge or the skills of the employees you train. It’s a nice thought, but usually you’re being paid for the impact that you have on your client’s business. With that in mind the (not so new anymore) 70:20:10 model and new technological developments like learning platforms offer interesting opportunities. Read more »
  • Don’t Think of a Pink Elephant

    Posted 06-11-2017, by LearningStone

    One short question. what do you think of our new video? Let us know via the .... Read more »
  • How to operate a lathe or a deep fryer

    Posted 22-09-2017, by LearningStone

    I recently went through a huge list of courses that are given in a blended format (defined as the combination of face2face and online) to see what type of courses work best blended. And also, to see when blended doesn’t work.

    I came to a surprising long list of... Read more »