A modern learning system, used for ongoing employee learning and training.
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AdaptiveU is a great learning tool for individuals and remote teams.
Kommentarer: I use AdaptiveU every day to learn new things in the field of marketing. Having easy access to loads of great content like Mozcon talks and content strategy articles is a great way to learn more about the industry I'm interested in. The design is very user-friendly and makes learning more interactive and fun.
I like that you can read, listen to, and/or watch content and then rate and review how helpful it was for you. AdaptiveU is a great way to take real value from what you learn by making notes on the key points that you can refer back to at a later date. You can also categorise content by university so you can be a part of different teams and learn in different areas. You can track your progress and learning goals by how many minutes per day/week/month to ensure you are meeting your targets. Being able to add content and see what other people have added is a great way to broaden your perspective and learn things you may not have known about before.
It would be great to have a section that tells you how many minutes of learning you have left to do to meet your target for that day/week/month. Or some kind of graph tracking your progress so you can have a clear visualisation of how you're getting on and if you need to do more. I would also love to be able to filter content by video, article, podcast etc. This would make it easier to select the learning you want to complete that day.
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Hi Sophie, Thanks for taking the time on reviewing AdaptiveU. We would work on the Cons list, to make it better.
A good platform to manage learning.
AdaptiveU has helped me sharing relevant knowledge materials with the trainees and interns. It has also helped me creating new challenges with detailed titles, description and time slots.
It would be nice to know how much learning is pending for a given period (week/month). Overall liked the tool.