LMS with Open Learning like EduBrite, can be a huge enabler for any startup. EduBrite is designed to scale with startup's needs from seed to IPO and beyond
It now takes a great deal to keep your employees engaged. Irrespective of course content and value, if engagement is lacking, learning does not happen. If you’re looking to make your training programs effective, engagement is the key.
In last week's webinar, we discussed about test authoring and delivery. In this webinar covered various how quizzes/tests or surveys can be created using EduBrite's WISYWIG test editor? Thanks to all participants who were able to join us. We discussed following items in detail: Questions formats - Multiple choice, Fill in the blank, Yes/No, Essay, Grid … Continue reading Test Authoring and Delivery – EduBrite Education Webinar
EduBrite's first educational webinar was a super success! Thanks to all participants who were able to join us. We are recording all webinars and posting them here so those who have missed webinar have an opportunity to view it. This week we have discussed how to setup training environment in Atlassian Confluence environment using add-on … Continue reading Create Training environment in Confluence – EduBrite Education Webinar
Like past years, we started EduBrite Education webinar series 2014 this week. Team EduBrite wants to be part of your success in your eLearning initiative beyond providing technology platform. So join us, select the topic of your interest. Every Wednesday, we will be hosting a webinar at 10 am pacific (UTC-7) to educate EduBrite users … Continue reading EduBrite Education Webinar series 2014 is here
Continuing from LMS configurability : Power in user’s hand – Part 1: As discussed in the part 1, customers can select features of their choice, design micro-site's look and feel, and labels etc. by configuring the various options available. This helps customers to create workflows to … Continue reading LMS configurability : Power in user’s hand – Part 2
Most of you in learning industry have come across and have used applications and tools which are vendor provided (off the shelf). Many of these serve the business purpose to most part, but don’t necessarily meet all the specific needs of business (there could be tons of reasons for it) and then you end up … Continue reading LMS configurability : Power in user’s hand – Part 1