Following months of engagement and working with content owners in completing migration readiness activities, 1153 resources have now been successfully migrated from the NHS eLearning repository to the Learning Hub.
Migrating existing content platforms to the Learning Hub enables learning resources to be shared at scale across organisations and geographical boundaries, reducing duplication and supporting innovation. The Learning Hub will provide a more stable environment for the long term while continuing the service of launching elearning content from the Electronic Staff Record (ESR) system.
Users from across health and care can explore and discover resources using the search feature. Where a SCORM package has been contributed and the ESR learning object link shared, users are able to create access to the resource from ESR enabling the recording of user activity in an individual’s ESR training record.
Health Education England’s Head of Technology Enhanced Learning, Dr Neil Ralph said: “The migration of the NHS eLearning repository is another significant milestone in the Learning Hub’s vision for collaboration and sharing, by developing a digital platform that offers a consistent approach to education and training for the health and care workforce.”
Over the coming months engagement with content owners from the regional content servers will increase in pace and work to bring these resources across to the Learning Hub completed.
In only takes a couple of minutes to contribute a resource on the Learning Hub. To find out more about how your organisation can contribute SCORM packages and access via ESR, please visit the Learning Hub support page.
If you have any questions or require further support, please contact email@example.com