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Experiential Learning Tools Platform September 2022 Update

Here are the changes to the visual look of the platform in the September 2022 update compared to the previous version

29th September 2022

Experiential Learning Tools Platform September 2022 Update
Experiential Learning Tools has had a major update 🎉

We've been working away tirelessly to revamp the Experiential Learning Tools platform to be faster, more intuitive, nicer looking and more modern.

You can view a short video explanation by Experiential Learning Tools cofounder Graham Cook which covers the main changes to the platform in this September 2022 release here:

Login page
The main difference to notice is simply the design of the login page and front-end visual design - the login can still be found at the same web address - - but is not nicer looking and easier to understand.

The previous version is shown below:
The old version of ELT Login

The new September 2022 login screen view which has been simplified is shown below:
The new ELT login page

You will view your planned sessions upon logging into the platform as you did previously (or select the 'Schedule' tab in the top left-hand column). Completed (ended) sessions can be viewed by pressing the button at the top as before.

Again as before, press the 'New Session' button to select a new activity from the drop-down list of licences available to you (you will have access to _all_ activities if you are using Experiential Learning Tools using one of the subscription tiers).
Create a session

If you are a member of more than 1 x organisation with the same login email address you can switch between these by selecting the button on the bottom of the left hand columns

The tick/check-mark in the sample above confirms you are viewing and editing Sessions created within the Ann Alder Training organisation, and from here you can logout, or edit your profile. If you selected the other organisation name (in this instance 'RSVP Design' in the example above), then the view will switch to those Sessions created for that organisation.

The main difference in functionality available in each Product / Session is the ability to set any participant as an Observer in any activity as per the screenshots below. This means they can view what the other participants can see in terms of assets but can't manipulate them or take part in the activity.
Colourblind session
Editing participants to become participants or observers can done after emails have been sent and right up until the activity starts allowing the platform to redistribute assets following a 'no-show' (one or more participants don't join as expected).
Colourblind session

We're proud of the work that has gone into this new version of the platform and of course as a piece of evergreen software you now instantly have access to this update too.

If you have any questions please email We recommend keeping an eye on our blog where we will share advice, opinion and best practice for virtual training sessions and we will also announce webinars you will be welcome to join to learn more.

Graham @experientialLT

A core member of the ELT Team

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