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Knowbly Launches an Open Beta in London

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Knowbly Learning Systems, Inc., is excited to announce global beta access to its new interactive learning object and course creation application.  This release of Knowbly v1.2 includes a Course Editor for quickly generating responsive full courses or microlearning modules; the Theme Builder, a flexible stylesheet generator and theme management tool that allows robust customization; and new Interactive Templates for designing learning objects and assessments. Designing and maintaining portable interactive learning materials has never been so simple while affording so much control. Included in the beta are SCORM-compliant course and individual learning object outputs allowing you to send content directly to the LMS of your choice.  

Beta periods are an extremely important part of the development process that enable you to interact with the newest features prior to their general release. Our goal is to identify how Knowbly can best serve the eLearning community, to channel your feedback, and deliver a better platform for everyone. There is no better way to get involved with cutting edge interactive learning tools than being your own course creator! Help us learn by teaching others.

Knowbly is part of the next generation of eLearning content creation tools designed to put the power of interactive development into the customer’s hands. Our philosophy is that when we build new tools, we want our customers to feel like they’ve found something special and use it to build something great.

Come see us at Stand G4 at Learning Technologies (31 January to 1 February 2018, Olympia, London) to sign up or find out more!  Or attend our seminar, “Learning Should Be…” at Theater 2, 11:30 AM GMT on Thursday, February 1 to discover digital content strategies for how to improve existing employee learning programs and engagement.  Our team of talented learning professionals will be available for questions throughout the show and ready to assist you with your eLearning needs.