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Trunity Holdings Announces Third Generation eLearning Platform Architecture …
News from MarketWatch:
PORTSMOUTH, NH, Jul 01, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — Trunity Holdings, Inc. /quotes/zigman/8753989/delayed/quotes/nls/tnty TNTY +13.33% (otcqb:TNTY) (“Trunity”), a pioneer of eLearning technology that transforms the educational experience, today announced plans to unveil its next generation architecture for the Trunity eLearning Platform. Generation 3.0 technology weds a new mobile app with a major enhancement of its content creation and courseware technology to bring to market a suite of leading edge experiences for teachers, students, authors and publishers. Gen 3 combines a high performance object-oriented database, a powerful API, full mobile functionality, an engaging user interface and deep social collaboration.
In early August, the Company expects to formally release its new mobile app, branded “Trunity Mobile,” to students and educators via free downloa…………… continues on MarketWatch
UK’s first elearning cohort to explore competitive advantages of crowd sourcing
News from Training Journal:
The UK’s crowd sourced hub for online learning, mylearningworx will welcome elearning veteran Neill McWilliams at its cohort event in London on 9 July 2014. His session will reveal how crowd sourcing is transforming the world of small business.
The cohort is designed to bring more collaborative elearning solutions to the freelance community. It is an initiative that will enable independent providers such as project managers, instructional designers and developers to offer new services and access new opportunities through mylearningworx’s crowd sourcing approach.
Attendees will benefit from McWilliams’ experience in both elearning and his more recent ventures in crowd sourcing business ideas, support and funding through mymarvellousbusinessidea.
He said: “The use of crowd sourcing is now shaping the future of small businesses. It can offer significant competitive advantages for those that embrace it. But what this all means in reality and how to actually get on board and reap the benefits of working collaboratively can be unclear. I hope to explore some of these challenges and provide insights on the potential for crowd sourcing within elearning.”
The cohort is open to freelancers and small businesses involved in providing services across all areas of elearning, including instructional design, script writing, graphic design, c…………… continues on Training Journal