Failed Schoolgirl Returns to School

Sixteen years old and having failed at school, Zenna Atkins launched her first social enterprise. She aspired to help people who appeared to share her fate: a dismal future due to a lack of academic qualific... Read More

E-Learning Down Under

As a country dominated by space and renowned for its self-sufficiency, distance education has been part of Australia’s educational landscape for a long time. But does it necessarily mean that the nation is ... Read More

Textbooks Terminated – Schools go Online

©Inacio Pires - Fotolia.com California’s Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has launched an initiative to ban textbooks from high school classrooms and replace them with digital material. Traditional book... Read More

Top Security Training Meeting

John Geates Some of the biggest "names" in security training will be in Berlin on December 2nd for this year’s Security and Defence Learning, the annual forum at which the worlds of security and technology-... Read More

The Future of Knowledge Workers

  It was in 1959 when Peter F. Drucker, the “man who invented management”, coined the term “knowledge worker” in his groundbreaking publication Landmarks of Tomorrow. OEB is delighted to be a pa... Read More