Netex is pleased to announce the official launch of the rebranded award-winning gamified learning experience platform, learningPlay, at Learning Technologies Summer Forum.
Learning habits have changed drastically. Now we learn anytime, anywhere and, most importantly, from multiple sources. learningPlay is the result of Netex’s research and analysis to find the perfect learning experience approach to address these new habits and challenges.
learningPlay is a Gamified Learning Experience Platform designed to engage and empower learners for next generation workspace learning. The solution utilises some of the newest technologies such as MicroLearning, Spaced Learning, Gamification and Learning Analytics, combined with a “Netflix” style interface. The result is a consumer-grade application that delivers truly engaging and impactful learning experiences.
Commenting on the relaunch, Netex UK Director Mike Byrne said: “We are truly excited to be able to launch the rebranded version of award-winning gamified learning experience platform, learningPlay, at Learning Technologies Summer Forum. At Netex we are focused on delivering next generation learning solutions that are relevant for today’s workers. learningPlay allows us to deliver curated and created content in a gamified, mobile ready platform that can be delivered within our learningCloud platform or integrated with xAPI compliant LMS.”
He also noted: “Visitors can come and see us at Stand 33 for a demonstration of learningPlay. Additionally, they can discover more about the product and our wider portfolio during the show seminar I am delivering on the ‘Consumerisation of Learning’ at 12.30pm in Theatre Two.”
Consumerisation of Learning Mobile is not just technology anymore, it’s a lifestyle choice. We now live in a world of micro-moments, where we have access to content as and when we need it. Mobile apps make our day-to-day lives easier, we communicate, consume, share, purchase and much, much more. But how has this shift to mobile affected digital learning design?
In this session Mike Byrne will review the new learning and performance landscape and discusses whether we need to take a more consumerised approach to learning design and delivery.
He will focus on:
- The changing profile of the modern learner
- The rise of learning apps Next generation learning platforms vs the relevance of the LMS
- How to deliver maximum learner engagement by adopting a consumerised approach
- What does the future look like?