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Setting up a campus while eating “calamares” at Baraka

Setting up a campus while eating “calamares” at Baraka

Written by on 15/11/2017 in Blog

Last summer I was on vacation at Palos Cape in the south east coast of Spain. Life was pleasant there and food spectacular. I became a frequent visitor of Baraka bar, they serve delicious calamares. One day a potential customer called me, they needed an online language school set up with ready to use English […]

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Flipping our Classroom, Flipping our Minds

Flipping our Classroom, Flipping our Minds

Written by on 26/10/2017 in Blog

Incorporating technology into our classes has become almost mandatory since nowadays students are very keen on using devices that simplify their lives. However, showing a video in class or using the video beam is not a boom any more, students get bored and new information is not appealing. That’s the moment when flipped classroom is […]

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e-learning Practitioner education program

e-learning Practitioner education program

Written by on 31/08/2017 in Blog

In Adhoc Language we consider critical to enhance our customers’ usage of our systems to make the best of their e-learning strategy. In that sense we also give high priority to customer education on the best practices, methods and tools required to successfully implement and deploy a blended e-learning strategy. May be the first thing […]

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Competency framework key for business success

Competency framework key for business success

Written by on 23/07/2017 in Blog

Human Resource Managers, Education Managers, Talent Managers, etc. all are key jobs in enterprises of all sizes. If the size of the enterprise is not big enough, somebody will gather and perform their activities or in some case they won’t be performed at all with the negative consequences to the enterprise. CEOs are very much […]

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How to get more highly qualified candidates in 30 days or less?

How to get more highly qualified candidates in 30 days or less?

Written by on 12/06/2017 in Blog

I love educational marketing for its long term focus. We are not just looking to “sell courses” – we’re looking for a fit. But at times, it’s important to move the numbers quickly. To do this, requires a shift in thinking. We so often think about “segmenting the market”. To make an impact in the […]

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Webinar recordings: How to select the best Learning Management System (LMS)?

Webinar recordings: How to select the best Learning Management System (LMS)?

Written by on 11/05/2017 in Blog, News and Events

Please find below the webinar recordings of the webinar: (Apologies for the sound, it was not at the quality we tried, although we think the content is important to share) 1.- Webinar Introduction 2.- Methodology (requirements analysis and functional specifications) 3.- LMS Product ranking 4.- Rules of thumbs and conclusions

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Can Online Teachers enjoy “siesta”?

Can Online Teachers enjoy “siesta”?

Written by on 20/04/2017 in Blog

To answer the question, let me explain you what “siesta” is, in case you haven’t heard that word yet. Siesta is a nap you take after lunch, say after having had coffee. This is a “Spanish best practice” exported to Latin America by Colon and that British couldn’t deploy it due to the “Tea time”. […]

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Who is your audience?

Who is your audience?

Written by on 23/03/2017 in Blog

In buying a new phone, people usually look for the tags that include information about its basic specifications like price, battery life, camera and screen resolution, memory capacity, design and other critical details. It is very unlikely that you would even check about the technical descriptions and blueprints that they’ve submitted to the FCC and […]

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Create beautiful content with Moodle 3.2

Create beautiful content with Moodle 3.2

Written by on 15/03/2017 in Blog

Moodle 3.2 comes with a new theme called Boost. It brings important advantages not only on the visible, but also under the hood. Let’s start with the visible. The user interface is much (very much) cleaner than previous version. The long menu with tons of options has disappeared and now we have a very simple […]

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How does “The Internet” affect English Learners’ decision on choosing Language Schools?

How does “The Internet” affect English Learners’ decision on choosing Language Schools?

Written by on 27/02/2017 in Blog

  Back in the 90s, when you bought a car, almost all of the information about the car came from the dealership and the salesman themselves. You didn’t have much choice but to depend on the information they provided. But if you’d buy a car today, you would probably go straight to your computer and […]

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