Picture of launch of IntegrityIQ in Trinity College Dublin.

Trinity College developing AI-driven integrity platform to address costly ethics and compliance issues in global corporations

With the support of Learnovate, IntegrityIQ will develop an AI-driven integrity platform to address costly ethics and compliance issues in global corporations.

Link & Learn webinar: A Focus on Learner Engagement & Motivation

In this session we will look at some of the key research completed by the Learnovate team and discuss some of the potential solutions to address the issues. We will also examine the potential effect the latest developments in AI might have on learner engagement as well as motivation. We want you, the audience to share your own theories and predictions in this space and help drive the conversation.
Learning Signals Survey

New Learning Signals Survey Launched

Learnovate are delighted to launch a new survey 'Learning Signals'. The new annual survey will track the latest practices in K12, corporate and informal learning.

Link & Learn webinar: A Focus on Skills

2023 is the ‘European Year of Skills’. As skills are high on Learnovate’s research agenda, we are taking this opportunity to delve into this very topical issue for organisations at all levels. We are going to take a look at what is needed, what is being done and how we can find out more about the solutions to future-proof organisations.
Pictured at the launch of a €400,000 project to create a unique national platform that develops core digital and data skills for Ireland’s workforce: Mark Jordan, Chief Strategy Officer, Skillnet Ireland; Simon Harris, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science; Nessa McEniff, Director, The Learnovate Centre, Trinity College Dublin; Aisling Soden, Talent Manager, Talent, Transformation & Innovation, IDA Ireland; Shane Heraty, Managing Director, Scotland & Ireland at Cisco.

Unique national skills platform will help close Ireland’s digital skills gap

A unique national skills platform — which will be the first of its kind in Ireland — is being developed by a partnership of public and private organisations to help close Ireland’s digital skills gap.