In this difficult economic climate Roar has forged new mutually beneficial relationships with ex-Local Authority Consultants.
Hussen Raza, Roar’s UK General Manager said, “Quite a few of the Local Authority clients Roar was working with for the past few years… Read more »
Why is it the case that people demonstrate such a range of aptitudes to learning, or that any teaching technique will produce a range of results in any given group of learners.
The Multiple Intelligence Theory of Howard… Read more »
This week saw the official launch of Australia’s high-speed National Broadband Network (NBN), the planned fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network that is promising users internet speeds of 100Mb/sec and more. Fortuitously for Roar, Tasmania was selected as the first area… Read more »
The brain is remarkable, not least for the way it can change and adapt under certain conditions. This is called neuro-plasticity. And it’s explored in Norman Doidge’s extraordinary book, The Brain that Changes Itself.
Given the capacity… Read more »
Web 2.0, the social media, and convergence are radically changing the traditional media landscape. Read more »