UBM Studios Unveils eLearning Light, Offers a New Paradigm of Learning
Aug 9, 2012
CHICAGO, Aug. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Studios, the global leader in digital events, environments and communities, today unveiled eLearning Light, an interactive and collaborative educational destination. eLearning Light is a digital environment that aggregates training and information and also serves as a robust solution to track learners' activity, comprehension and engagement.
"eLearning Light offers organizations a solution to extend learning nationally and globally to save on face-to-face training and costs. It also offers learning collaboration and the sharing of best practices in open discussions as well as rich data and reporting capabilities for educators to better understand the strengths and weaknesses of the learning program," said Michele McPhail, VP, Product Development, UBM Studios. "We created this new offering because we saw the potential of this type of learning – from increasing retention to engaging learners – it can create a new paradigm of learning."
eLearning Light is built on a robust platform that enables quick and efficient setup while still allowing the interface to meet the specifications of an organization and learning program -- live, on-demand or blended.
eLearning Light facilitates highly engaged learning interaction. It offers:
eLearning Light also includes social tools such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and others to increase connectivity and awareness beyond the environment.
In addition, eLearning Light allows educators to track and understand the learning paths of users. Educators can track user activities including length and frequency of attendance, sessions viewed, participation in group activities/tools, materials downloaded, badges earned, and tests completed. In addition, educators can use assessment testing to understand skill gaps and learning needs to better understand modules and content that will best help learners.
Through UBM Studios' Webcast Plus integration, eLearning Light allows students to personalize the learning console to their own preferences; incorporates content to the session by pulling in YouTube videos, cross-reference supporting materials such as Wikipedia pages, other websites and much more.
For additional information on UBM Studios, contact Max Gerstein at 773 687 4317 or email@example.com.
About UBM Studios (www.ubmstudios.com)
For additional information on UBM Studios, visit www.ubmstudios.com.
For more information, go to www.ubm.com; follow us at @UBM_plc to get the latest UBM news.
SOURCE UBM Studios