Track all learning activities, wherever they take place
Agylia includes a fully integrated learning record store to track activities that occur both inside and outside of your LMS.
Example activities that can be tracked include your existing SCORM-based eLearning content library, watching a video, opening a PDF document, starting and completing a course, obtaining a score in an assessment, attending classroom training – and much more.
Capture informal learning activities
Agylia enables learners to log their informal learning activities – the ones that occur outside of the LMS – like watching a YouTube video, reading a book, conducting a mentoring session, attending an external class, and other custom defined types. This helps you to gather a complete history of a user's learner journey.
Learners can also upload evidence, such as certificates of completion, or scans or photographs of course evaluation forms, to prove the validity of their external learning.
Track informal learning activities beyond the LMS and start identifying the patterns, behaviours and learning paths that lead to greatest performance gains.
The 70:20:10 learning model recognises that learning occurs everywhere and is accessible in many different forms. It is not limited to the traditional SCORM-tracked eLearning, which accounts for a tiny percentage of workplace learning.
Why limit what you can track to eLearning content running in a browser? In addition to SCORM eLearning, Agylia supports the Experience API (Tin Can) and includes an integrated Learning Record Store (LRS), which enables you to track activity occurring both inside and outside the LMS environment.
- Fully integrated learning record store
- Activity tracking from online and mobile content and Apps
- Capture informal learning activities
- Export and import LRS data
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