New mobile app and content creation tools advance outcome-based learning for the enterprise
NovoEd, provider of the SaaS platform that powers Real Learning for the skills that matter most to modern learners, announced the latest release of its award-winning learning solution. The upgrade advances NovoEd’s commitment to an unparalleled learning experience that empowers leading organizations to develop the capabilities that drive their business. Among the highlights are new design tools and a native mobile app that makes online learning more readily accessible. The design tools allow course creators to easily develop engaging and effective outcomes-based learning experiences.
NovoEd announces new mobile app and content creation tools to advance outcome-based learning for the enterprise.
“Our customers need their learning and development to be available anywhere and anytime. NovoEd’s new app reflects our mobile-first strategy and sets a new standard for learning on the go,” said NovoEd Co-Founder and CTO Farnaz Ronaghi. “Additionally, the new content creation tools make it easier to develop contemporary, engaging learning experiences and capitalize on the collaborative, interactive learning fundamental to the NovoEd platform.”
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Learning designers and other course creators can easily manipulate design elements and learning activities with the new drag and drop functionality. They can also use pre-built templates optimized for mobile. NovoEd customer Jennifer Sullivan, CLO of PerkinElmer, said of the new tools, “NovoEd’s new design tools are amazing. They are such an awesome advancement – so easy to use and frankly, so fun!”
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The native mobile app was built from the ground up for a more natural, interactive learner experience. The app’s design provides intuitive and easy access for collaborative learning, practice and application, and mentor support. Upcoming support for offline content and push notifications means users can truly be learning anywhere, even without internet connectivity. The app is available today for the iPhone, with Android available later in the year.
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