Noddlepod is a specialised knowledge sharing tool that makes learning together really easy!
We have been pleased to propose Noddlepod as a component in customised corporate learning. Noddlepod offers a unique, easy to manage and easy to customise solution for building and maintaining communities of practice.Daniel Evans, Chief Innovation Officer, Emlyon business school
It’s just simple, clean and easy to use. It lets me concentrate on my learners without worrying about the technical aspects. And the support from Ollie and the team is infallible - you know you can just pick up the phone and they are there to answer any questions you may have.Gill Brabner, Director, Resound Training
Embed videos, slidedecks, and even interactive HTML5 content.
Engage your learners in discussions, knowledge sharing and mutual support. Let the community flourish in and around course content.
Organise content and activity making it easy to reference at the point of need. Build a knowledge database over time.
Engage even the busiest of your learners by letting them define exactly what they want to be kept up-to-date with.
Get the feedback you need to ensure your learning community thrives. Generate detailed reports of all the activity in your group.
Including integrations with H5P, YouTube, Vimeo, plus an API and single sign on support, is there anything you can’t do with Noddlepod?!
Niall is passionate about helping people fulfil their potential. He has held senior leadership roles in multi utility companies across the UK for o...
With so much research being produced in and around the area of organisational learning it can be hard to stay on top of what the new evidence is telling learning professionals. That’s why we are going to look at latest research that you can use to develop your practice.
We start with the report Transforming Formal Learning, produced by L&D benchmarking organisation Towards Maturity. Its survey of more than 600 learning professionals and 1,600 learners provides some interesting insights into how formal, face-to-face learning can be transformed using technology.