Representatives of the many organizations around the world which use the digital learning content management business solutions offered by eXact learning solutions, will meet in Rome in early September for a User Group conference.
The digital learning content management business solution provider, eXact learning solutions, is one of this year’s sponsors of DevLearn 2015, the e-learning industry’s largest international exhibition. The event takes place in Las Vegas from September 30 to October 2.
The digital learning content management business solution provider, eXact learning solutions, and its learning content management system (LCMS) have been named on the official list of Tin Can adopters.
The list appears on the Tin Can API adopters’ website, owned by Rustici Software, the company that wrote the Tin Can specification. ‘Tin Can’ – which is also known as the Experience API or xAPI – is a learning technology specification that captures data, in a consistent format, from a range of online and offline learning experiences.
Technology now exists which can ‘ingest’ learning content in any format, allow all the authors to edit it, re-purpose and format it for different delivery methods and then deliver that learning.
The technology is designed for fast-paced organizations needing to produce hi-volume, professional and consistent learning output. The aim is to produce high quality, error-free learning content rapidly – thus producing cost savings as well as achieving the organization’s learning objectives.
Its maker – the digital learning content management business solution provider, eXact learning solutions – believes that this will enable novice users, including subject matter experts (SMEs), can now use the same platform, templates and tools when collaborating with instructional designers.
The latest edition of Elearnity’s 9-Grid Report for Authoring Tools, published at the end of January, rates eXact learning solutions’ learning content management system (LCMS) as a ‘Potential Leader’.
Placed in the top left quadrant of the 9-Grid Report, the eXact learning LCMS – from the digital learning content management business solution provider, eXact learning solutions – was recently updated to include:
- One-click, multiple formats publishing and integration with Microsoft Office tools – for subject matter experts and content authors
- Business analysis reports and project management enhancements; support for TinCan API and learning record store (LRS) reports – for managers and administrators
- Next generation mobile apps and social network features – for learners
The Learning Technologies event, in London’s Olympia on 28th / 29th January, provides the setting for the digital learning content management business solution provider, eXact learning solutions, to re-launch its learning content management system (LCMS).
Italy-based eXact learning solutions, the digital learning content management business solution provider, is holding a User Group conference for its customers based in the British Isles. The conference is scheduled to be held at the Ibis London Earl’s Court Hotel on 27th January – as a preface to the Learning Technologies conference and exhibition, which opens the following day in London’s Olympia.
Valerio Torda, eXact learning solutions’ managing director, explained: “In addition to having the opportunity for some useful peer-to-peer business networking, User Group delegates will discover eXact learning solutions’ plans for further developing the eXact learning content management system (LCMS). These plans will also be explained at the Learning Technologies event.”
Kydon Learning Systems Institute, a provider of learning technologies and technology-enhanced learning solutions in Singapore and Asia, has signed a partnership agreement with Italy-based eXact learning solutions, the digital learning content management business solution provider.
Under the agreement, Singapore-based Kydon will act as the reseller for eXact learning solutions’ learning content management system (LCMS) in Singapore and Malaysia, with potential extension to other countries in the Asia Pacific region.
Carson-Dellosa Publishing, the leading supplementary educational solutions provider for both teachers and parents in the United States, has chosen eXact learning solutions’ learning content management system (LCMS) to be the foundation of its digital content infrastructure, providing digital asset management and educational content authoring and deployment.
“Our goal is to create a great educational experience for our users within the ecosystem of their choosing (be it print or digital) and personalize that experience as ecosystems – such as mobile app and eBook platforms evolve. Internally, we want to produce and market content as efficiently, cost-effectively, and quickly as we can,” said Steve Griffin, Carson-Dellosa’s Chief Technology and Digital Officer.
As PANDORA, the global jewellery firm, has been expanding its operations – currently into 80 countries – it has discovered the value of using e-learning to ensure that its sales teams, around the world, sell the right products to the right people.
Per Ferdinandsen, PANDORA’s E-Learning Manager – based at the company’s Copenhagen headquarters – explained: “E-learning materials are valuable because they’re available to everyone and present a coherent message. Allied to other aspects of blended learning, e-learning is an effective method of providing our global salesforce with guidance on how to sell in-store most effectively. It’s also an effective method of distributing up-to-date product knowledge to our employees.
The learning content management solutions (LCMS) provider, eXact learning solutions, has signed a distribution agreement with Renaissance eServices Pvt Ltd.
Its blend of technological excellence and commitment to e-learning standards has made eXact learning solutions is one of the world’s top LCMS solutions players. Designed to support a ‘Lean Learning Organization’ in delivering learning and knowledge content through online and mobile learning content management solutions and services, the eXact learning Suite is at the forefront of technology and is backed by the company’s two decades of experience in providing software solutions for e-learning.
The learning content management solutions (LCMS) provider, eXact learning solutions, has signed a distribution agreement with Tribal.
The agreement will see Tribal – a global provider of products and services to the international education, training and learning markets – supply the eXact Learning Content Management System (LCMS) and digital authoring tools to UK customers.
At this year’s Learning Technologies exhibition (being held at Olympia, in London, 29th /30th January), the learning content management solutions (LCMS) provider, eXact learning solutions, is highlighting how an LCMS provides vital and valuable information in four key areas: Creating; Managing; Localizing, and Delivering learning materials.
Ezio Lattanzio, CEO of Lattanzio Group, the owner of eXact learning solutions, explained: “Our LCMS helps you create learning content both online and offline. Our platform model enables users to collaborate in authoring professional content which can then be published and delivered in many ways.
eXact learning solutions (ELS) is launching the latest version of its award-winning Learning Content Management Solutions (LCMS).
This new version is further enriched with features designed to optimize the development and improve the quality of learning content. The new version – v. 11 – of the eXact learning LCMS:
Following its acquisition by Lattanzio Group, eXact learning solutions (ELS) has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Lattanzio Learning.
ELS addresses information technology-related aspects and applications of learning through its suite of applications. Its award-winning learning content management system (LCMS), eXact learning suite, supports the production, management and delivery of digital contents and related services.
At this year’s Learning Technologies exhibition (in London, 29/30 January), the learning content management solutions provider, eXact learning solutions, will be outlining how recent advances in technology are making possible the personalisation and contextualisation of learning materials. In particular, it will be revealing key aspects of the latest version of its award-winning eXact learning content management system (LCMS).
The eXact learning LCMS was named as the Best Learning Content Management System at the Best of Elearning! 2012 Awards, held in the USA, before version 10 was unveiled towards the end of 2012. This version adds innovative features – including dynamic publishing, responsive XML and template-based HTML 5 authoring and DITA support – which are unparalleled by other solutions on the market.
At Online Educa Berlin eXact learning solutions announces engagement in the eTernity initiative for European Educational Textbooks Standards
At this year’s Online Educa Berlin (OEB) event – learning technologies’ premier event in Continental Europe – Fabrizio Cardinali, Chair of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG) and Senior Vice President of Global Business Development at the world-leading online and mobile learning solutions provider, eXact learning solutions, will be announcing his company’s engagement in a new initiative from the Workshop Learning Technologies (CEN WS-LT) sub-group of CEN, Europe’s Committee for Standardisation. This new initiative defines open interoperability standards for the European digital textbooks marketplace.
The research and development (R&D) department of eXact learning solutions, the online and mobile learning content management solutions provider, has successfully concluded a project to develop tools and facilities to access a critical mass of management education and training open educational resources (OERs).
The breakthrough has come as a result of the OpenScout project, an EU-funded eContentplus project which concluded at the end of August. The project aims to promote the use, improvement and distribution of open contents about management education and training.