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
Businesses of any size can implement EduBrite LMS without requiring centralized training administration because it supports training management at group level.
EduBrite's app for Jira Service Desk integrates LMS search, Customer's training history, Training recommendations and Training Dashboard.
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.
Add Gilly in Atlassian Confluence to integrate it with EduBrite Learning Management System and create a cost effective employee on boarding training program.
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.
Most LMSs are Management focussed. EduBrite Open Learning makes it Learner focussed to drive adoption and engagement among the learners.
It was a great year for EduBrite. Many incredible things happened in 2016. Thanks for being part in this journey with us. We introduced Open Learning, a learner centric micro learning solution in 2016. EduBrite is one of the first one to offer this solution in the LMS industry. Open learning helps creating an engaging learning … Continue reading EduBrite 2016: A year in review
When it comes to LMS implementation in any organization for internal training, most common approach is top down. Top down approach is heavily based on maintaining controls at the top level and selectively giving some rights to lower levels in the training delivery hierarchy (which is generally same as org structure). This approach requires lot … Continue reading Top Down & Bottom Up LMS implementation approaches for employee training
SCORM is widely used in the eLearning community so I will not get into what it is, rather I will get straight into the fundamental issue it presents for a Learning Management System (LMS) from Quiz reporting perspective. This is based on my first hand experience while developing EduBrite LMS and having seen a variety … Continue reading SCORM Quiz – Item Analysis issues & solution