What is Microlearning?

Microlearning is educational content broken down into smaller pieces of information in the form of text, images, audio, video, or other forms of multimedia. It is intended to break down large pieces of information into bite-sized pieces to better retain information. There has been a surge of microlearning discussions lately due to ever-shrinking attention spans, … Continue reading What is Microlearning?

2019, reflections

In 2019, EduBrite launched a new offering SuccessX, started a new EduBrite University webinar series, sponsored two events - Atlassian Summit and DevLearn besides adding a number of new features in the platform.

DevLearn 2019 Recap

Jeff Olsen from MaritzCX and Manish Gupta from EduBrite The EduBrite team had a fantastic time with the Customer Education and Training Professionals at this year’s DevLearn.  We celebrated the launch of SuccessX and highlighted some of our early adopters.   Terry Lyons from VMware and Manish Gupta from the EduBrite team joined forces to present … Continue reading DevLearn 2019 Recap

5 Best Possible Ways to Maximize Your LMS Trial

Educating employees and users has always been an essential part of creating a successful business. That is why the advent of Learning Management Systems are a welcome innovation for today’s companies and start-ups.  However, if you are still thinking about how an LMS could work in your company, some companies offer free trials. This is … Continue reading 5 Best Possible Ways to Maximize Your LMS Trial

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