Trends you need to know from the 2019 Atlassian Summit

Over 17 years ago, Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar founded Atlassian with the mission of unleashing the potential of teams everywhere.  This year’s summit brought together 4,000 Atlassian Community customers and partners who share the mission of supporting teams to do their best work.   The team from EduBrite was there to be a part … Continue reading Trends you need to know from the 2019 Atlassian Summit

Top 7 Things We’re Looking Forward to at the 2019 Atlassian Summit

The 2019 Atlassian Summit is starting tomorrow in Las Vegas.  The EduBrite team is excited to be a part of it.  The Summit is a must-attend event if your organization uses Atlassian products like Jira, Confluence or Jira Service Desk.  We look forward to meeting new people and seeing a few familiar faces at our … Continue reading Top 7 Things We’re Looking Forward to at the 2019 Atlassian Summit

Learn more about EduBrite at the 2019 Atlassian Summit

Join us in Las Vegas, April 9-11th for the 2019 Atlassian Summit! The EduBrite team will join over 3,800 conference attendees at this year’s Atlassian Summit.  Conference attendees will hear expert advice on how to use Atlassian tools, hear about the latest product updates, and learn about the top apps, plugins, and integrations for Confluence … Continue reading Learn more about EduBrite at the 2019 Atlassian Summit

Your Tech Startup doesn’t have any LMS “yet”?

There is a reason why LMS exists, but LMS industry has to blame itself for getting this indifferent treatment from most tech startups. LMSs are positioned like one part of ecosystem consisting of several interdependent products. For a LMS to be considered suitable for tech startups, they must support Lesson oriented micro learning delivery and consumption. We call it Open Learning.

Bi-directional content integration using AICC

What's AICC AICC stands for Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee, which is an eLearning standard for the development, delivery, and evaluation of eLearning courses. AICC uses the HTTP-based AICC/CMI Protocol (HACP) that allows communication between the course content and the learning management system (LMS). AICC also supports secure information transfers with HTTPS. In other words, the AICC … Continue reading Bi-directional content integration using AICC