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
Let’s face it, creating exciting company training exercises can be quite an impossible task. We’ve all sat through boring, repetitive, and downright time-wasting sessions. Think about it? When was the last time you had a great time at any company training you were a part of? Sadly, the answer for most is that none of … Continue reading 3 Ways Learning Management Systems Can Make Training Fun!
An LMS is a cloud-based training software that’s used in companies of all sizes. It's quick, useful, and above all, highly effective. Many companies use learning management systems as the cornerstone of their overall training program. However, thinking that an LMS is just a simple training tool underestimates its true power. So, it is essential … Continue reading Six Reasons Why Companies Should Use an LMS
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.
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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.
How to you define active and passing learning and to that matter active or passive learners? Traditionally approach for the learning leaders, instructors or curriculum developers when designing the learning environment has been to think of the students mind as empty vessels or sponges which can be easily filled with knowledge and students were expected … Continue reading Active Vs Passive Learning
A new learning technology specification, Tin Can API is gaining lot of momentum. It is a new standard that allows for tracking, storage and sharing of learning experiences practically anywhere and from any device. It captures common people’s learning habits and interactions. We all learn with our communications and interactions with other people, content, systems … Continue reading Popularity and adoption of Tin Can API
Last week we shared some tips about restricting access to course or specific modules/topics in a course. This week we are continuing on the same topic and sharing some more tips which will allow you to get even more flexibility while setting up the course session for your courses. Allowing access to course session for … Continue reading Enforcing Access contd..
Wikipedia definition of ‘Cloud Computing’ states that ….. Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). The name comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as an abstraction for the complex infrastructure it contains in system diagrams. Cloud computing … Continue reading Learning with Cloud